Atari's Fire Truck is one of the first co-op games in arcades, but that's only one dimension.
The fun is back, oh yes-sir-ee, it's a chain of hotels from A-tar-i!
The VCS is more like an "open PC," but recent controversies and delays paint a grim picture. We ask Atari's head where it's headed.
New reports don't seem keen on the Ataribox's future.
Because 80s nostalgia has me longing for cryptocurrency?
Earlier this year I made fun of the Atari Speakerhat. Now I kind of like it.
The Ataribox isn't just a NES Classic also-ran.
Okay Atari, I'll bite. Let me test out the hat.
Frontier Development is making sure it gets paid for RollerCoaster Tycoon 3.
Old Man Rignall spins one of his ludicrous yarns from the olden days of gaming.
Join us for 75 minutes of podcast delight: We bear witness as the games industry casts down the old gods.
Jeff Minter says Atari is bullying him legally, trying to diminish his contributions to Tempest, and kill TxK.
Asteroids Outpost takes the Atari classic in a completely different direction. Mike makes educated guesses on what's next.
Handheld platforms may not be particularly well-suited for first-person shooters, but it's not for want of trying.
One of gaming's most notorious urban legends is soon to be proven -- or disproven.
One of the most iconic names in gaming history continues to become a shadow of its former self.
Are classic arcade games better with a Titan? Now you can find out for yourself.
We all have plenty of favorite gaming memories. But what about our very earliest one? The team looks way, way back into their childhoods to figure that out.
30 years ago Nintendo, Sega, and Microsoft entered the Japanese console race. In doing so, they reshaped the future of games.
The coming year looks set to be "the year of open-world" -- but the concept is quite a bit older than you might think.
30 years ago, Atari made its official debut in Japan, hoping to go toe-to-toe with upstarts like Nintendo and Sega. It bombed hard.