“We are very pleased to announce this partnership with AQ Interactive and look forward to working with them on Bullet Witch and into the future,” said Atari’s deputy COO Jean Michel Perbet. “To have such an engaging and unique title such as Bullet Witch to kick start our partnership is superb and underlines Atari’s commitment to bringing interesting and different titles to gamers all over the world.”
AQ Interactive’s executive VP Naohiko Hoshino added: “We are excited about starting our relationship with Atari with this project.”
Meanwhile, Atari has announced the forthcoming release of Bandai Namco’s fighting anime game One Piece: Grand Adventure. The title is set for release in Q4.