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Weirdness: Conan O'Brien Reveals E.T. Wasn't the Only Atari Game in the Landfill

Posted by Jake Shapiro

The TV host and noted game journalist brings us startling video evidence

When a group of Xbox documentarians (presumably fuelled by Mountain Dew and Doritos) unearthed Atari's infamous landfill in the New Mexico desert last month, the excavation made international headlines.

Late-night talk show host and accomplished video game historian Conan O'Brien now brings us breaking news: E.T. wasn't the only terrible movie-based game found there. Watch the full investigative report:

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With this iconic gaming urban legend finally verified, what will O'Brien find next? The secret to unlocking Sonic and Tails in Super Smash Bros. Melee? Let us know what you think in the comments.


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retro_player_22 said:

They didn't just buried other terrible games but a few good games too. Centipede for one was a great game that ends up being bury like crap with E.T. and Rocky III. I'm glad Atari is dead now.



brianvgplayer said:

The funny thing about that Rocky III parody is that there is an actual prototype A-Team 2600 game where you play at Mr. T's head. It also happened to be made by the maker on ET, Howard Scott Warshaw. It started out at a game named Saboteur, which is on the Atari Flashback 2.



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