Centipede: Recharged Quick Hit Preview

Classic titles are being rereleased and some of them are better than ever. One of these titles is Centipede and it was developed by Adamvision Studios, SneakyBox, and SneakyBox Inc. Centipede: Recharg...

Video Games

A Brief History of Video Games

Presently, the video games industry is a whopping $100 billion global industry, with over two-thirds of American households having people who play video games regularly. And it’s no surprise: vi...

Centipede: Recharged

Atari Announces Centipede: Recharged

Atari is working in collaboration with Adamvision Studios and Sneaky Box Studios to bring Centipede: Recharged to the world. Old-time gamers will remember the original arcade game from the 80s as a gr...


Missile Command: Recharged Quick Hit Review

The days of blowing up missiles before they destroy your city have returned. Newly updated, Missile Command: Recharged is a blast from the past from Atari and it’s arrived just in time for its 4...

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Atari Hotels Are Going To Level Up Your Holiday

The company behind many an early gaming memory has just announced Atari Hotels are coming to America. The video gaming destination of choice for anybody that spent hours crouched in front of a CRT dis...

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The Atari VCS Gets Under The Hood With New Update

The Atari VCS project continues to boot up nicely and the latest update on the endeavor has given backers of the project a tour around the chassis, OS, and electronics inside this interesting new take...

Gaming Consoles

Top 10 Game Consoles Of All Time

Last week I took a trip down memory lane with the top 10 arcade games of all time. Not ready to end the nostalgia road trip quite yet, this week we turn to the console wars that have spanned decades. ...


Atari VCS Console Retro Gaming At Modern Prices

Atari has unveiled the new Atari VCS Console during the hustle of E3 and it is turning heads. The retro games company is making a return to the living room with a $249 system that plays retro games. F...

Video Games Too Big To Fail (But Still Did)

The gaming industry is flourishing more than ever but isn’t because of AAA companies like EA, Blizzard, or Bethesda. Over the years, these companies are simply manufacturing games and aren’t concerned...

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