Retro Rogue Posted April 14, 2015 Share Posted April 14, 2015 (edited) We still don't know what else was buried, or how much, and probably never will... Completely the opposite. Jim Heller, the man who dumped the materials in the first place was involved with the dig, told them what he buried, and actually helped them locate it. He also took plenty of pictures of what he dumped and what they found was completely representative of it. Some of the pictures are in my article that Spud mentioned (and I have a lot more that Jim sent over to me to scan in for archiving). It was all store returns for credit mixed in with materials from the Service Center operations in El Paso (console and computer parts and accessories - which were dug up as well). About 750,000 carts were dumped consisting of over 60 titles (including 5200 titles). I just did another interview with Jim in fact this last weekend at the Midwest Gaming Classic: Edited April 14, 2015 by Retro Rogue 4 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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