In an attempt which I can only assume is to stretch the bounds of ludicrousness and desperation for video-game adaptations, it seems classic Atari video-games Missile Command and Centipede will be getting the movie treatment.
At least one Beavis and Butt-Head arcade game, never saw the light of day. Until today that is, as they live again in an arcade cabinet.
Rollercoaster Tycoon World devs want to assure you that the game won’t look terrible at all. Maybe.
Atari says indie dev should stop ripping off his own work on Tempest 2000
Atari is reviving its arcade classic, Asteroids – but for whatever reason, they’re turning it in to a survival MMO.
In 1983, Atari dumped their failed game, ET, along with several other titles. Those titles were then dug up just recently and placed on eBay for purchase. The sales brought in a whopping $37 000!
There was an ongoing myth that Atari had buried loads of their unsold games several decades ago. That horde was found, and those games are now on sale on eBay for large amounts of money.
Alone in the Dark: Illumination is looking less and less like it deserves the name of the revered horror survival franchise.
Atari are working on a new Alone in the Dark game called Illumination. They are aiming to have the game out sometime in November.
Atari is reviving two major horror franchises at the end of this year.
The truth was out there – Atari really did bury thousands of ET cartridges in New Mexico. Is ET buried there, too?
Classic 80’s arcade hack-and-slasher Gauntlet is set for a reboot. Here’s what the modern Gauntlet looks like.