Posted June 13, 2019 by Ric Pryor
It's the last day of E3 and things are pretty quiet on the VCS front following a whirlwind of activity on days one and two. Overall, though, it was a very successful expo for Atari. First they announced that potential customers can go to a different website to buy a console that still doesn't exist. Then they invited a crew from CNET to their hotel room to shoot video while they played Ms. Pac-Man on a PC running Stella. If that doesn't shut the haters up, what will?
Posted June 12, 2019 by Ric Pryor
Today's the big day! Video of the new VCS in action!
No, not there silly. Over here. The giant black box actually connected to stuff.
What? You thought this thing was actually anywhere close to going into production?File Under: Ataribox
Posted June 11, 2019 by Ric Pryor
In a press release Atari announced "exclusive distribution partnerships" with Walmart and GameStop with the "official" online presale beginning later this week.
I guess all those presales done through Indiegogo were last summer were "unofficial."
Also, they made it uglier.
Posted June 10, 2019 by Ric Pryor
Atari doesn't have a booth at E3 this year, but they are hosting a "behind closed doors" sneak peak at the new VCS. Here's a sneak peak of the sneak peak:
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