|Sadly found in originally shipped condition.|
Fuel Entertainment and LightBox Interactive announced plans to excavate the landfill early 2014 and uncover the cache of cartridges. Why, you (understandably) ask? They plan to film the dig for a documentary to be featured on the Xbox One console. To further interest, the landfill had been a well-known dumping ground since the 1920s until being closed in the ’80s. Folklore has the site as the home of potentially even more video game history as well as who-knows-what from decades before. Fuel and LightBox have offered fans a contest with a chance to win anything that might be unearthed.
The documentary had already begun production with interviews, but the New Mexico Environment Department has put a stop to the excavation after “22 compounds of concern” were discovered on the site. A waste excavation plan was finally approved and then rejected. Now, after months of paperwork, testing and hard work, the potential cache of cartridges has been discovered.
|The game of the movie of the guy who just wanted to be left alone.|
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