Atari are making a new console

Atari are making a new console

Jun 16, 2017

Well, what it says up there, really. Atari have had a bit of an odd journey into the twenty first century. Their last games console was the Jaguar, inflicted onto the world at the end of 1993. Discontinued less than three years later, the machine crashed and burned spectacularly through a combination of high prices, unwanted add-ons, and a lack of quality...

Star Raiders: review

Star Raiders: review

Jun 1, 2011

Format: XBLA (verison reviewed), Windows, PSN Unleashed: Out Now (PSN version TBA) Publisher: Atari, Inc. Developer: Incinerator Studios Players: 1 Site: http://www.atari.com/starraiders Now more than ever, gamers are faced with more quality games and forced to prioritize their ‘To Play’ lists or otherwise face an insurmountable backlog. Despite...

Yar’s Revenge: review

Yar’s Revenge: review

May 12, 2011

Format: Xbox Live Arcade Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Atari Developer: Killspace Players: 1 Site: http://www.Atari.com Do you remember the Original Yars’ Revenge game on the old Atari console platform? Didn’t think so. Most people can’t and hence it seems strange for Atari to try to bring life back to an IP that most people can’t...

Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime: review

Ghostbusters: Sanctum of Slime: review

Mar 28, 2011

Format: XBLA(version reviewed), PC, PSN Unleashed: Out Now (XBLA/PC), March 30th (PSN) Publisher: Atari Developer: Behaviour Players: 1-4 Site: http://www.atari.com/gbsanctumofslime/#/trailer The last Ghostbusters film was released in 1989, and the next one – details of which are still mostly rumour – won’t hit cinemas until 2012 at the earliest....

Yar’s Revenge: interview

Yar’s Revenge: interview

Mar 3, 2011

Once he’d tracked down Larry Charles Jr. – level designer at Killspace Entertainment – Steven felt a little foolish. It soon became obvious that he’d misunderstood the title; his eyepatch, pegleg, and carefully rehearsed pirate jokes would not be appreciated. CG: Many on the Killspace team have come from developers known for AAA...