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    E.T. games found in the desert!



    Last edited by Lethal; 04-27-2014 at 14:17.

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    There has been rumours for years that they were buried, I guess someone spilled the beans where.
    That once rare ET cart is now not so rare.
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    I remember years ago in college, I joined a retro-gaming club because they advertised N64 nights, as part of the group package. The first night we all met up, we played a bit of N64 and then we played this game....

    It.Is.Horrible.


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    Aliens did it.


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    Just making room to bury some 'bones while they draw down inventory channels.

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    My question is...do they still work? Surprised they didn't shove Pac-man for the 2600 in that pile too, that game was horrendous!

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    Quote Originally Posted by victorijapoosp View Post
    Just making room to bury some 'bones while they draw down inventory channels.
    I wonder how many Titanfall bundles will be buried there by retailers dumping all their excess stock? lol

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    To me this is boring junk and the number of games they found was rather small, I bet gamestop over the years threw out more junk than that.
    What I don't get is why Major Nelson had to be there, I don't think of him as a TV or even likeable gaming personality.

    Believe it not the Xbox One has some serious problems, it simply isn't good enough to be a media box (Behind a pay wall too)
    Heck, I own a $70 Android media box that can emulate better games than the One right now.

    -[ Over half of the 100~ish UHD Blu-rays on the market ]-
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    So it was buried along with Asteroids and Defender? I didn't expect that.
    Thanks to Kwes for the signature!

    "As long as there are dreamers who have the courage to pursue their dreams, the world will have heroes. And as long as there is a thirst to discover the unknown, there will be new stories to tell...and new adventures to be had."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Black View Post
    So it was buried along with Asteroids and Defender? I didn't expect that.
    Defender was badass. I logged many hours into that game. Now we got resogun.

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    What's funny about all this is that THAT game was the final straw that nearly broke the back of the gaming industry in 1983. This should serve as a constant reminder to publishers, developers and gamers the world over that if you make enough stupid decisions on what games are made and bought, you will get ever increasingly ****tier games and eventually, the market WILL correct those mistakes in the most unforgiving manner.

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