Alright we have over three million copies of 'E.T: The Extra Terrestrial' left in our warehouse. I think we need to accept the fact that the game just didn't play well. Screw it, let's just be honest with ourselves and say that the game sucked. It might even be one of the worst games I've ever played. You know what? It IS the the worst game I've ever played. I mean, how did we make something like that? It's atrocious! It's an embarrassment to Atari, Mr. Steven Spielberg, and all of your families! You should be ashamed! I'm sorry about that. I overreacted. Anyway, let's just fill a landfill in New Mexico with the rest of the copies and call it a night. Anyone want to get dinner?
Stories of the day:
- Xbox Originals to challenge Netflix in June
- Bonnaroo music festival will stream live on Xbox this June
- Construction workers unearth legendary cache of Atari games in New Mexico desert
- Microsoft announces live action 'Halo' TV series with Steven Spielberg as executive producer
Hosted by Sam Sheffer. Written by Ross Miller, Bryan Bishop, and Nathan Cykiert. Video Production by John Lagomarsino.