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>>3483437
Atari caused the video game crash of 1983. Nintendo saved video games.

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>>3478021
There was an E.T. game on the PlayStation? Please tell me more about it.

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>E.T. for Atari caused the video game crash, and all known cartridges were buried in a landfill because how ashamed the creators were of it

Yes, there was a crash.
Yes, there is actually a landfill.

No, it wasn't caused by E.T.
No, E.T. isn't the only thing buried there. Plenty of games (including Berzerk and Ms. Pac-Man) as well as actual consoles are buried there, and it has nothing to do with wanting to wipe them off the face of the Earth.



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