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Submitted by CGMagazine 450d ago | opinion piece

Too Much Credit

When reviewing a game it's always best practice finish it. During its heyday Atari had the odd policy of forbidding game designers from taking credit for their work on its titles. This means that Atari games had no credit sequences, upon completion the player was normally shown a single screen that said "Game by Atari" or something similar. It was definitely a far cry from the 12 minute lists of pets, babies, and secretaries we get these days. (Atari, Culture)

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