Turns out the urban legend was true.
Since the release of what is considered THE worst video game of all time, the Atari 2600 version of "E.T. The Extra Terrestrial", it had been widely rumored that the developer wanted to hide its creation for good. Buried deep in a grave filled with dirt, concrete, and shame lies over a million copies of the rushed-together piece of shit "game". One of my favorite Internet sensations, James Rolfe (The Angry Video Game Nerd - see cinemassacre.com), used this game as the basis for much of his "nerd" character's rage. For anyone who had the displeasure (or pleasure, if you're a masochist) of playing this game and enjoying the childhood disappointment after the dream-like fantasy that is the film version of "E.T.", this is an event that should warrant at least a smile upon nostalgic comprehension.
Film makers are using this unearthing as the basis for a documentary they are making under the production of Microsoft, and is to be shown in the future to all XBOX Live subscribers.
Seriously, reading about the story this morning makes me believe in more "urban legends" being true. If we can find the carcass of a chupacabra left by a one-handed Sasquatch that accidentally left his hook dangling from the driver's-side door of a sunken Jimmy Hoffa's car that was brought to shore by the Loch Ness Monster with the help from a wench attached to an escaped Area 51 U.F.O., then we will be on to something I'm sure Michael Bay would love to make a shit movie based off of.