One of the industry's pioneering companies is back in business, but can it deliver on its own broad ambitions?
Yet if you look at Alone in the Dark: Illumination you'll see you are off to a really bad start The game is jumping on the co-op bandwagon despite the fact the game is called ALONE in the Dark, not TOGETHER in the Dark. Could of brought back a survival horror franchise and get people interested in your game that way but no...
go home atari, youre drunk! HAHAHA...HAHAha...HAha...ha... together in the dark...hahaha...
Alone Together in the Dark?
Atari? The company behind the recent mauling of the RollerCoaster Tycoon franchise?
come on atari, you can do it, just have faith in the lord jesus christ
Started with the Atari 7600. Get back in the game Atari
There are a lot of companies I wouldn't cheer for, but I think I can find it in my heart to get behind Atari.
Yeah, because threatening Jeff Minter of Tempest 2000 for Llamasoft's TxK is a great way to 'do things right'.
Seriously. What an awful move on the part of their lawyers. Atari's composed of quite a few weird spun-off moving parts, though. I wouldn't be surprised if anyone interested in making games in that company had nothing to do with the Minter fiasco. A little like how Bethesda's lawyers act ridiculously stupid and heavy-handed (Scrolls, for example), but you wouldn't see that attitude from a dev within the company.
lol, what a joke, yea right, ITS ALL ABOUT THE $$$, ain't foolin me. There will be nothing ground breaking or earth shattering, no innovation. Its about following the same tried and true formulas to make a buck, not about gamers, smh.
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