Starbreeze acquires Cinemaware brand, games
Working on VR implementations.
No games consoles, mind you.
Arcade classics hitting Steam soon.
Arcade classic Asteroids is set to become an open-world survival MMO.
Cartridges recovered from a 30-year nap.
Public invited to Atari's graveyard.
Atari has sold off several of its IPs at auction with Wargaming, Rebellion and Stardock all picking up franchises.
The unsold copies of Atari's E.T. game are to be dug up from landfill as part of a documentary.
Troubles not yet over for Bushnell's baby.
Play classic games in your HTML5-capable web browser, no coins required.
The eight-bit Commodore 64 - the most popular computer in history - turns 30 today.
Atari has closed Test Drive Unlimited publisher Eden Games, stating that it's focusing more on mobile gaming.
Commodore founder and home computing pioneer Jack Tramiel has passed away, aged 83.
Beamdog has confirmed that it's working on Baldur's Gate: Enhanced Edition.
A hack-and-slash interpretation of the D&D series, Daggerdale seems like fun on paper.
Atari has announced that it will be releasing free DLC for TDU2 as way of apology.
A game that somehow makes driving super cars around Ibiza boring and tedious.
Cat women, bounty hunters and space aliens? Blade Kitten confuses us an awful lot.
Atari has launched a new venture, Atari Go, to relaunch old games through social networks.
Atari has announced a new PC exclusive RPG, Neverwinter.
Atari is the latest publisher to bring it's old games to GOG.com.
CD Projekt has announced it is working on a sequel to The Witcher.
We've finally seen enough of Star Trek Online to offer an opinion. In fact, Mark's been playing the Spock out of it lately and is more than ready to hand in his report. Is Star Trek Online Worf checking out? Read our review to find out - resistance is futile!
Atari has labelled the D&D lawsuit filed by Turbine as frivolous and plans to countersue.
Sony has now bought the publishing rights for the Ghostbusters game from Atari, making the game a PlayStation exclusive.
Researchers have accurately emulated CRT colour-bleeding, afterimage effects and scanlines in an Atari 2600 emulator.
The murderous misanthropic Furyan is back in an expanded version of the original Riddick game. With a whole new campaign for players to get their teeth into and a cool new multiplayer option, is Dark Athena going to improve on the already excellent legacy of Butcher Bay?
Nolan Bushnell, the original founder of Atari, has slammed online gaming as 'not cool' in a recent interview.
Swedish developer SimBin is headed by an ex-racing driver and is known for its hardcore PC driving simulators such as GTR 2. It's now released Race Pro, an Xbox 360 only driving game. Can it successfully bring the challenge and realism of a sim to the console?
Electronica artist Pixelh8 is set perform a musical composition at Bletchley Park, using the Colossus and an array of other vintage machines, including a BBC Micro and an Amstrad CPC464
Atari has confirmed that the new Riddick game, Assault on Dark Athena, will arrive early next year and include a new 10-hour campaign.
Atari have announced plans to develop Baldurs Gate 3 and Neverwinter Nights 3, though no release date has yet been set.
Atari has confirmed that it has bought the rights to the Ghostbusters game and that it'll be coming out next year.
Atari has confirmed that it has picked up the rights to publish the new Chronicles of Riddick game, which will be released next Spring.
Atari is claiming several major sites have published faulty reviews of the game based on pirated versions.
Infogrames CEO, David Gardner, has told Reuters he believes that Alone in the Dark will sell 3 million units this year.
Phil Harrison, ex-Sony CEO, has been confirmed as the President of Infogrames. Phil will try to lead the company back to profit.
Atari has announced a new retail version of The Witcher, i.e. not a patch, which will fix the games numerous issues.
One of the rarest Atari 2600 games ever made, Gamma Attack, is on sale on eBay. For half a million dollars.
Atari isn't doing so well lately and analysts have suggested that the company would do best to stop publishing games altogether.
Wide open areas, dynamic weather and lighting, epic fantasy and a classic role-play structure - could The Witcher be the next must have CRPG or is it cursed to be just another mediocre title or worse? There's only one way to find out and that's to read the review!