The world's greatest hoard of original Atari equipment is guarded by a very temperamental, very devoted dragon named Bradley.
Atari executives thought we'd replace roller coasters with arcade machines.
A man who once wore a "I love to fuck" t-shirt might not have been the best person for the moment.
How the success of the Game Boy inspired a wealth of rip-off consoles sold under a variety of bizarre corporate structures. This goes deeper than the Lynx.
The company is back with new hardware, most likely not a simple plug-in-and-play micro-console.
Q*Bert and Ms. Pacman are featured, of course.
Third-party developers weren’t always quite so revered in the video game industry, but a pair of legal decisions helped them earn their place at the table.
Mocked by the press and struggling to make headway, Atari fruitlessly tried to revive interest in the Jaguar with a 1995 virtual reality demo at E3. The vaporware was strong with this one.
An Atari founder came up with the Chuck E. Cheese concept to promote Atari games, and it only got weirder from there.