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Submitted by 32froshes 793d ago | opinion piece

What Does Atari's Bankruptcy Mean for the Industry?

Gamers and journalists were semi-shocked when the grandfather of gaming, Atari, filed for bankruptcy this week. It’s true that Atari hasn’t exactly been at the top of its game recently, but it didn’t seem like they were doing this poorly. However, it’s a little more complicated than just a lack of money, and it could have a major effect on the gaming industry. (Atari, Industry)

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