James then pulled out the E.T. Cart from its box. The camera cut to him putting the game into the Atari, the only kind of editing I saw remotely in the episode.
The only one on the "JamesNintendoNerd" channel was "Ghosts N Goblins" (For whatever reason lately he's been releasing brand new ones on Youtube as oppose to usually releasing them on Gametrailers) so I watched it. Review. And maybe it's best he never does.
He then found a hammer (Like in his Nintendo World Championships episode) and started to break every single one of his systems and games. The screenshot I took of the avgn crying, all while quietly singing his theme song. The comment read "ET" and that was all, so I clicked on the name out of curiosity. It took me to a channel much like James' channel. There was one video named "avgn-ET atari 2600". The Extra-Terrestrial, on eBay. Each game includes a certificate of authenticity. About 100 games, including Atari 2600 hits like, centipede and, defender, are currently up for grabs. Auctions begin at between 50 and 100.