With Atari, which turns 50 this year, the current owner of the brand plans to celebrate with a collection that brings together fifty years of games. Announced today, aptly named It will include more than 90 games covering Atari 2600, 5200, 7800, ST, Jaguar and Lynx. Moreover, Atari has recruited to oversee a studio and project best known for their work.
“When it comes to emulating or bringing back the classics or really any kind of remastering or re-imagining, I don’t know if anyone has done it better than Digital Eclipse, so they’ve always been our first choice,” said Atari CEO Wade Rosen. said. .
Atari has yet to share the full list of games that will be included in the compilation, but along with many classics, the collection will feature six new retro-inspired games. One of them is a continuation of 1981’s. Haunted house For Atari 2600. haunted houses It will have modern 3D voxel-based graphics and new levels for players to explore. Atari 50: Anniversary Celebration this year Xbox, PlayStation, Switch, PC and .
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