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Atari Founder Nolan Bushnell Returns

Bushnell is now on the board of directors for Atari. A lot has changed at the company since he sold it to Hollywood's Warner Communications for $28 million back in 1976. These days, the French-owned Atari has struggled to re-establish its brand with the type of game experiences that early titles like Asteroids and BattleZone held (and still hold) with gamers. Nolan, who's early Atari days are the subject of a new Paramount Pictures biopic with producer Leonard DiCaprio, believes the timing is right to capitalize on what made Atari successful in its heyday. He talks about his return to the company in this exclusive interview.

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SupaGamer3015d ago

Always good to hear from one of gaming's forefathers.

Elven63015d ago

Bushnell, what a life! How different we would all be without Atari and Chuck E Cheese, great interview.

RIPSKATEDESTROY3013d ago

i like his beard, reminds me of a tired ass santa