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Old 04-26-2014, 11:18 PM   #1
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Just read this and figured I would pass along - looking forward to checking out the documentery when it comes out.

http://news.msn.com/science-technolo...es-in-landfill
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Just read this and figured I would pass along - looking forward to checking out the documentery when it comes out.

http://news.msn.com/science-technolo...es-in-landfill
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And people say today's videogame industry is crazy. LOL

I already knew about it but seeing the pictures really makes it feel real, even though it wasn't it always felt a bit like an urban legend to me.
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So theyre gonna sell these garbage game to unsuspecting retro gamers.

Be warned. Got it for Christmas when it came out.

Its as bad as they say it is.
Im all about the Ultraviolet copy
Still waiting for Timesplitters 4

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A long-buried copy of the infamous Atari game "E.T." is worth more than $1,500.
The desert city of Alamogordo, New Mexico, finally sold off its buried treasure of ancient Atari games, raking in more than $100,000 from nearly 900 games.
http://money.cnn.com/2015/09/01/tech...-et/index.html

How is it possible that a game that is considered to be one of the worst ever, could be worth as much as 4 brand new PS4 consoles?
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How is it possible that a game that is considered to be one of the worst ever, could be worth as much as 4 brand new PS4 consoles?
Collectors.


With all the "Limited" or "Special" or "Collector's" or "Definitive" editions of games that studios put out these days, I'd actually rather spend my money on something like this...something I relate to...even if it just "collects" dust.
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