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Post by shogun @ 01:16pm 21/01/02 | 14 Comments
Gamespot have just put up a cool feature detailing the complete history of video games, check the article History Of Video Games out for such bad moves as:

Atari releases E.T. for the VCS, a game Howard Scott Warshaw programmed in six weeks. Expecting a sellout, Atari reportedly manufacturers more E.T. cartridges than there are 2600 consoles in use. As was the case with Pac-Man, the public is disappointed by the game. Massive numbers of both Pac-Man and E.T. games end up in a huge landfill in New Mexico, along with millions of other unsold and unwanted game cartridges. Original games such as Activision's Pitfall (by David Crane) sell well.

As well as the greats of video gaming history.








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