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Another week, another new direction for Atari.
The planned excavation of the fabled Atari dump site said to be filled with thousands of copies of ET The Extraterrestrial game cartridges has overcome its latest hurdle.
Xbox Entertainment Studios has announced it will be debuting a documentary series about Atari on Microsoft's consles next year.
A U.S. judge has approved Atari's plan to leave bankruptcy protection a little less than a year after filing for Chapter 11 in January.
Appeal S.A, has purchased the rights to Outcast from Atari Europe.
Growing publisher Nordic Games has moved to acquire yet more IP.
It has become the thing of legend but now the myth behind famous Atari 2600 calamity ET: The Extra Terrestrial is to be explored.
Having failed to find an outright buyer, Atari is to sell off its IPs individually.
Mobile’s increasing dominance of the game industry is over and will be usurped by new technology, Atari founder Nolan Bushnell has said.
Had you forgotten that Atari exists? Well, it sounds like it may sadly not exist for much longer.
Publisher Atari says it is still committed to Europe despite putting its biggest EU asset, French studio Eden Games, up for sale.
Atari has reported a decrease in revenue for its fiscal 2012, and in the wake of the results the publisher has begun some major restructuring.
Jack Tramiel, one of the founding fathers of the modern games industry, has passed away at the age of 83.
Longstanding publisher Atari has effectively confirmed that it has taken action to block iOS games that apparently infringe on copyright.
Black Powder Media, the producer of iOS title Vector Tanks 3, has claimed that Atari has issued a number of copyright infringement claims against games that resemble anything from Atari’s ...
Online publisher Atari has hired new additions to its management team as it continues to establish itself in the mobile and casual space.
John Burns has been appointed as SVP and general manager of Trion Worlds Europe.
Atari’s has sold its Californian studio Cryptic for $50 million to China’s online gaming giant Perfect World, the company has said.
Cryptic Studios has been put up for sale by parent company Atari.
Staff at French studio Eden Games have today gone on strike, in a protest against company layoffs, according to reports.
One of the most ambitious retro game collections to hit smartphones has arrived in the Apple App Store today.
Atari Europe has announced that former COO Jack Emmert has been appointed as the new CEO of developer Cryptic Studios.
Atari’s revenues dropped from €92.5m (£77.7m) to €41m (£34.4m) year-on-year during the nine months ending December 31st.
Atari Europe's superhero MMO Champions Online will officially become a free-to-play title on January 25th.
Long-running publisher Atari has hired two new senior managers to bolster its US operations.