Dig Planned to Unearth Buried Atari 'E.T.' Games

Millions of cartridges of the video game were allegedly buried in a New Mexico landfill in 1983.
0:51 | 04/11/14

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Transcript for Dig Planned to Unearth Buried Atari 'E.T.' Games
What's the best way to get to the bottom of an urban legend I'll get a permit then start digging. It was game maker Torre's biggest bust. ET the extraterrestrial video games so bad legend has it that a -- -- league buried its mistake. Millions of unsold ET game supposedly exist under tons of dirt in -- New Mexico landfill. Now filmmakers Zak -- whose credits include X-Men to win the avengers we'll get to the bottom of at all. Something I've known about since I was a kid that was huge. Target band and I've heard about these games being buried and I just wanna you know find out if -- actually it. On Saturday April 26 -- -- his film crews will be yet the Al with a door landfill in New Mexico. Documenting every shovel full -- teams and excavate in search of ET. If your interest in helping out public's invited.

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