History Creator / Atari

2nd Feb '16 5:38:52 PM GrammarNavi
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In 1990, Namco started releasing its games on its own account in America and sold its stake in Atari Games to Warner again, which had by now become Time Warner. Shortly after settling the Nintendo lawsuit in 1994, Atari Games abandoned the Tengen brand and began putting out most of its releases under the name of Time Warner Interactive. Atari Games finally became part of Creator/MidwayGames in 1996. It was renamed to Midway Games West in 2000, shortly before Midway abandoned the ArcadeGame business, and disbanded three years later. The Atari Games catalog is in turn considered a part of the Midway Games catalog, and is currently owned by Warner once more.

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In 1990, Namco started releasing its games on its own account in America and sold its stake in Atari Games to Warner again, which had by now become Time Warner. Shortly after settling the Nintendo lawsuit in 1994, Atari Games abandoned the Tengen brand and began putting out most of its releases under the name of Time Warner Interactive. Atari Games finally became part of Creator/MidwayGames in 1996. It was renamed to Midway Games West in 2000, shortly before Midway abandoned the ArcadeGame UsefulNotes/ArcadeGame business, and disbanded three years later. The Atari Games catalog is in turn considered a part of the Midway Games catalog, and is currently owned by Warner once more.
29th Nov '15 5:12:21 PM nombretomado
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The bad relations between Tengen and Nintendo helped draw the former into alliance with the latter's main competitor. Some of Tengen's unlicensed NES releases were authorized conversions of Creator/{{Sega}} games, and the SegaGenesis became Tengen's most favored platform in the early 1990s.

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The bad relations between Tengen and Nintendo helped draw the former into alliance with the latter's main competitor. Some of Tengen's unlicensed NES releases were authorized conversions of Creator/{{Sega}} games, and the SegaGenesis UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis became Tengen's most favored platform in the early 1990s.
7th Sep '15 2:35:55 AM VicGeorge2011
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10th Jul '15 7:05:57 AM Folamh3
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26th Jun '15 10:01:47 PM Tonestronaut
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* ''VideoGame/{{Anti-Aircraft}}''

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26th Jun '15 7:50:21 PM Tonestronaut
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1st May '15 11:21:33 AM mlsmithca
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In 1985, Jack Tramiel (born Idek Tramielski), the founder and former CEO of Commodore Business Machines, who had acquired the consumer division of Atari the previous year (and renamed his company to Atari Corp.), introduced his 16-bit computer design, the UsefulNotes/AtariST. While technically far inferior to the Commodore Amiga, the ST was marketed much more adeptly, and quickly cornered the 16-bit market. Later, though, it would fail when customers realized how much superior the Amiga was.

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In 1985, Jack Tramiel (born Idek Tramielski), Jacek Trzmiel), the founder and former CEO of Commodore Business Machines, who had acquired the consumer division of Atari the previous year (and renamed his company to Atari Corp.), introduced his 16-bit computer design, the UsefulNotes/AtariST. While technically far inferior to the Commodore Amiga, the ST was marketed much more adeptly, and quickly cornered the 16-bit market. Later, though, it would fail when customers realized how much superior the Amiga was.
9th Mar '15 12:41:35 AM Phoenixion
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* ''Star Wars''

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9th Mar '15 12:29:39 AM Phoenixion
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