Marketplace Tech for Wednesday, June 5, 2013

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Here's a story that sounds like a Steven Spielberg movie -- and it is about a Steven Spielberg movie, E.T. the Extra Terrestrial. Atari created a video game based on the hit film, which is still called the worst video game ever. But here's where it gets weird: Atari reportedly attempted to bury the game -- literally -- in the desert, in New Mexico. 30 years later, Canadian gaming company Fuel Entertainment is trying to find out if the stories are true, and if so, dig it up.

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