The ET Burial Theory
The Gamer from Mars will discover what effect ET had on the game industry and if they really destroyed thousands of cartriges.
Editors note: The Gamer from Mars digs deep into another urban legend of the video game industry. This time it's the infamous story of how tens of thousands of unsold copies of ET wound up buried in New Mexico. Did a single game really cause the great 1980's video game crash? Let's find out.
Really? where did you receive this intel? I'm very curious.
Awesome video, very informative.
this is the plot to the upcomming AVGN-movie...
after studying this subject (fall of the 80's) on my course at Uni E,T contributed but wasnt the lone cause
Between The Madden Curse and this, I'm hooked. Subscribed...and moar plz.
Nice vid dude.
Way to spoil the plot to the AVGN movie!
Two criticism I have. The transitions weren't too smooth, with the title cards staying in place for a little too long and nothing being said. Also, your voice seemed a little monotonous at times.
Otherwise, awesome video. Always interesting to learn new things about the industry.
well, "He" is making a whole movie about this so if we want learn about "It" in a funny way, i guess we would have to wait
LOL XD I had a hard time grasping the thought someone believed that statement.
Well Aware :P Nice vid none the less.
Well, he's doing it full time.
Also, I'm screwin' with ya about him being my dad.
The opportunity to copy James and release sub-par content?
I enjoyed this video.
I remember playing ET on Atari when i was really young and really not understanding what the objective was. At the age of about 4 there were 2 categories of games: good games and bad games. At that age i placed ET in the bad games pile...
Haters gunna hate. He saw the opportunity and took it.
How have you not killed yourself from embarrassment ?
Is the Irate Gamer your dad?