Entries in 'atari' (23)
The Internet of Things. Remember that? The term’s been around for over a decade and a half and now Atari has decided to embrace the idea for its latest reinvention.
When 2013’s SimCity came out, it was broken. It didn’t work.
It may have received a critical mauling, but Atari says it’s not about to give up on its new Rollercoaster Tycoon game.
Though Atari was one of the founding fathers of the games industry, for many it will always be synonymous with the video games crash of 1983.
This week's bumper edition of MCV is out right now and is filled wil major interviews and insight.
The new boss of Atari has pledged to make amends for the firm’s recent video game flops.
E3 is traditionally time for the consoles to shine, with a shower of new announcements. In celebration, MCV looks back at the history – and future – of the sector ...
As its reboot of 1979 arcade title Asteroids hits Steam Early Access, publisher Atari says some of its other classic franchises might get the same treatment.
The company currently using the name ‘Atari’ has said that it is perfectly justified to pursue Jeff Minter over the similarities between his game TxK and retro classic Tempest.
The planned PS4, PC and Android releases of Llamasoft’s shooter TxK will not be released following a copyright claim from Atari.
Not shy of reinvention, Atari is taking one of its classic arcade IPs and doing something different. Very different.
The Alone in the Dark IP is making a return.
Atari has announced reboots for survival horror classics Alone in the Dark and Haunted House will release later this year.
Atari Interactive has detailed plans to resurrect itself AGAIN, this time as an “interactive entertainment production company,” with a focus on licensing, digital games, online gambling and more.
The Atari brand means many things to many people, but above all else it remains a hardware brand.
The man who was responsible for burying huge numbers of Atari 2600 cartridges in the New Mexico desert has revealed himself.
Copies of 1982 release E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial have been literally unearthed from the New Mexico landfill Atari allegedly buried them in.
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.