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Coleco Chameleon launches 2016.
The world's largest video game collection has gone under the hammer and sold for more than $750,000.
Cartridges recovered from a 30-year nap.
Public invited to Atari's graveyard.
Researchers have accurately emulated CRT colour-bleeding, afterimage effects and scanlines in an Atari 2600 emulator.
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
Chrono Trigger is heralded as one of the best games of all time and was an early RPG success for Square Enix back in the day. Now, the title has travelled through time and space to land on the Nintendo DS. Does the classic still hold up though, or have our palates matured too much?
If you hanker for the glory days of the supers, minis, and micros then check out the N8VEM project - a homebrew Z80 based microcomputer for you to build.
Atari is claiming several major sites have published faulty reviews of the game based on pirated versions.
Bletchley Park has launched a series of videos introducing a selection of fully-working equipment from the birth of the industry.
Ubisoft CEO Yves Guillemot has revealed that Ubisoft will be making games which will require 3D glasses, as well as CGI films, books and a TV series.
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!
Well, it is delayed actually - just not any more than the other platforms according to a statement from Atari in response to yesterdays news which puts the record straight for horror fans.
Atari let's slip that even though the new Alone in the Dark game has already been delayed once, the PlayStation 3 version has been pushed back even further.
Atari is auctioning off some of its oldest stuff via Sotheby's auction house, from original concept art for Dig Dug to draft manuals.
Today marks the official 40th anniversary of video games, begun way back when two engineers played "The Bucket Filling Game". Amazing to think that we got from that to Crysis in only forty years.