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The Association for UK Interactive Entertainment has announced that three new firms have signed up for membership.
Developer Cryptic Studios and publisher Atari have announced that PC MMO title Champions Online is to become a free-to-play title from Q1 2011.
Publisher Atari has announced the appointment of Alexander Chung as its senior director of digital strategy and distribution for its North America operations.
Turbulent publisher Atari has announced the appointment of John Hayase as its senior vice president of product development.
As has been suspected for some time, Atari has confirmed that its Xbox 360, PS3 and PC racer Test Drive Unlimited 2 has been delayed until the first quarter of ...
The men currently guiding the troubled ship that is Atari have – once again – outlined the company’s intentions to navigate out of continuously troubled water and back into a ...
Atari has released results for the first quarter of its 2010/2011 fiscal year - and despite a 65% drop in revenues, the firm's online takings have jumped.
As Atari continues to transform its business for the modern games industry, it has seen losses for the year ending March 31st 2010 fall to €19.7m – a year-on-year reduction ...
Atari founder Nolan Bushnell has rejoined his former publisher through appointment to its board of directors, while other board members such as Phil Harrison have now officially left the company.
Former EA man John Burns has become the new VP and GM of Atari Europe.
Namco Bandai has announced Test Drive Unlimited 2 for the Xbox 360, PS3 and PC.
Namco Bandai Partners will be attempting to set a new world record in order to celebrate the launch of Atari's Star Trek Online.
Namco Bandai has announced Dead To Rights: Retribution will be released in the UK on April 16th.
Publisher Atari has at last opened the digital doors to the public beta for Cryptic Studio’s long awaited MMO Star Trek Online.
Toy maker Hasbro is to sue publisher Atari following claims that the video game company violated its licensing agreement for Hasbro's Dungeons & Dragons game series.
Atari has confirmed that high-profile CEO David Gardner has left the post, with his boots being filled by former COO Jeff Lapin.
Atari’s online reinvention continues with news that the long-time publisher has released free-to-play browser-based versions of six of its classic retro arcade licenses.
Atari has announced Star Trek Online will released for PC on February 5th in Europe.
Namco Bandai has announced that Tekken 6 will hit UK shelves on Friday October 30th.
After what has been a very turbulent time for the publisher, Atari has this morning got reason to cheer with news that revenues for its fiscal Q1 are up 30 ...
Some say that licensed games have enjoyed their time in the sun, but Atari has proved many naysayers wrong with news that licensed action outing Ghostbusters: The Video Game has ...