History Creator / Atari

10th Sep '17 8:05:26 PM Glowsquid
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* ''VideoGame/VirtuaRacing'' (UsefulNotes/SegaSaturn version)
29th Jul '17 12:47:36 PM nombretomado
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Meanwhile, Atari Games had gone through a variety of owners, first becoming a subsidiary of Namco from 1985 to 1987. (The relationship between Atari and Namco dated to 1975, when Atari sold its Japanese subsidiary to Nakamura Manufacturing Ltd.) Atari Games started producing games for the NintendoEntertainmentSystem and other consoles through a new subsidiary named Tengen (a term referring to the central dot on the Go board); around this time, British publisher Domark began to distribute computer versions of Atari Games titles, in a partnership that would last into the 1990s. Though Tengen was initially a Nintendo licensee, Atari Games acquired the source code to the NES's lock-out system and Tengen, having found a way to circumvent it, started releasing its games for the NES on unlicensed black cartridges. Lawsuits began immediately, Atari Games suing Nintendo for monopolizing the market for NES cartridges, Nintendo claiming patent violation. Another legal battle between Atari Games and Nintendo, concerning the rights to ''VideoGame/{{Tetris}}'', was more quickly decided in Nintendo's favor.

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Meanwhile, Atari Games had gone through a variety of owners, first becoming a subsidiary of Namco from 1985 to 1987. (The relationship between Atari and Namco dated to 1975, when Atari sold its Japanese subsidiary to Nakamura Manufacturing Ltd.) Atari Games started producing games for the NintendoEntertainmentSystem UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem and other consoles through a new subsidiary named Tengen (a term referring to the central dot on the Go board); around this time, British publisher Domark began to distribute computer versions of Atari Games titles, in a partnership that would last into the 1990s. Though Tengen was initially a Nintendo licensee, Atari Games acquired the source code to the NES's lock-out system and Tengen, having found a way to circumvent it, started releasing its games for the NES on unlicensed black cartridges. Lawsuits began immediately, Atari Games suing Nintendo for monopolizing the market for NES cartridges, Nintendo claiming patent violation. Another legal battle between Atari Games and Nintendo, concerning the rights to ''VideoGame/{{Tetris}}'', was more quickly decided in Nintendo's favor.
19th Jun '17 1:55:03 PM sarysa
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* ''[=Hard Drivin'=]''

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* ''[=Hard Drivin'=]''''VideoGame/HardDrivin''
18th Jun '17 8:03:22 PM Prinzenick
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In 2017, Atari [[http://nerdist.com/atari-making-new-console-over-20-years/ announces]] that they are reentering the video game console business tentatively named the Atari Box for the first time in over 20 years.

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In 2017, Atari [[http://nerdist.com/atari-making-new-console-over-20-years/ announces]] announced]] that they are reentering the video game console business after 20 years, with a new system that is tentatively named titled the Atari Box for the first time in over 20 years.Box.
18th Jun '17 6:54:56 PM GodEmperor
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In 2017, Atari [[http://nerdist.com/atari-making-new-console-over-20-years/ announces]] that they are reentering the video game console business tentatively named the Atari Box for the first time in over 20 years.
8th Jun '17 12:38:47 AM RisefromYourGrave
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* ''VideoGame/RollercoasterTycoon''

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* ''VideoGame/RollercoasterTycoon''''VideoGame/RollerCoasterTycoon''


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** ''VideoGame/TestDriveUnlimited'' and ''Test Drive Unlimited 2''
2nd Mar '17 4:24:27 AM Ominae
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* Atari Europe S.A.S.U. (formerly Infogrames Europe; sold to Creator/NamcoBandai in 2009)

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* Atari Europe S.A.S.U. (formerly Infogrames Europe; sold to Creator/NamcoBandai Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment in 2009)



* Atari Australia Pty Ltd. (formerly Infogrames Australia; acquired from [=OziSoft=] in 1998; sold to Creator/NamcoBandai in 2009)

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* Atari Australia Pty Ltd. (formerly Infogrames Australia; acquired from [=OziSoft=] in 1998; sold to Creator/NamcoBandai Creator/BandaiNamcoEntertainment in 2009)
8th Dec '16 3:06:20 PM CorahsUncle
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* ''VideoGame/RoadRunner''
29th Oct '16 11:20:26 AM nombretomado
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Due to TheGreatVideoGameCrashOf1983, Warner Communications, Atari's parent company, broke the company up in 1984. The video game and computer divisions were sold to a small company called Tramel ''(sic)'' Technologies. The arcade division was retained as a new company called Atari Games Corp. Many divisions (such as a telecom division called Ataritel) were scuttled entirely.

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Due to TheGreatVideoGameCrashOf1983, UsefulNotes/TheGreatVideoGameCrashOf1983, Warner Communications, Atari's parent company, broke the company up in 1984. The video game and computer divisions were sold to a small company called Tramel ''(sic)'' Technologies. The arcade division was retained as a new company called Atari Games Corp. Many divisions (such as a telecom division called Ataritel) were scuttled entirely.
8th Aug '16 3:33:37 PM Arawn999
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* ''VideoGame/GodzillaDestroyAllMonstersMelee''

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* ''VideoGame/GodzillaDestroyAllMonstersMelee''VideoGame/PipeworksGodzillaTrilogy
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