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Test Drive Unlimited 2 delayed

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 2011. Speaking to GameSpot, Eden Games studio manager David Nadal said the extra time will allow for further polish, particularly …

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Another fresh start for Atari

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 more stable future at the heart of the games industry. As is the case with so many modern publishers, Atari’s …

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Atari: Online strong despite despite 65% revenue drop

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. According to GameDaily The publisher reported net revenues of €19.3 million versus €54.5 million the year previously – but the drop is in …

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Atari reduces losses

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 of 91 per cent. The sale of Atari’s distribution interests and the complete restructuring of its publishing arm were the …

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Atari reforms: Harrison out, Bushnell in

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. Bushnell – a widely-applauded entrepreneur who helped establish the home console business – will join the company along with online …

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New Euro boss for Atari

Former EA man John Burns has become the new VP and GM of Atari Europe. Burns, previously senior director of European online publishing for Electronic Arts, will be responsible for all the commercial efforts of the publisher in Europe. Atari has transformed itself into an online-centric business in recent years …

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