A Canadian film production company have free reign of what they claim to be the burial site of Atari's 1982 flop. A documentary is to be made.
The final seal is about to be broken...
The horsemen shall ride...
"And there shall be a One that strives to rule over all others, and in it's shadow a great evil will be unearthed to spread blight, disease and awful gameplay upon the land." So it is written....
lol I was going to post about a zombie outbreak radiating outwards from the excavation site, but I like the Revelations angle better.
I wonder how many Atari cartridges they will find lol
I'd quite like to have one
These will become instant collectors, I guess the dirtier the more valuable.
Damn never thought this would happen im pretty pumped for more info on this documentary this burial of cartridges are a big piece of gaming history.
The legend dies if they're recovered! Some folk say that over 200 years ago, great alien artefacts of immense value and power, were buried right here in this soil. It is suspected by conspiracy theorists that the the government was involved in hiding the artefacts to stop them reaching the people and sparking a revolution with the amazing wonders found within. Unfortunately we may never know the truth as all information was lost in the "battle for Atari" in the 2020 internet wars. The sight is now a restricted area deemed to be of highest national importance!
But they're Canadians. Doesn't count.
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