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Top 50 underappreciated Atari ST games – Den Of Geek

Posted on July 3, 2015 Filed Under Atari In The News


Top 50 underappreciated Atari ST games
Den Of Geek
The computer in question was the Atari ST, and it was simply wonderful. Coming from the garish colour-clashing and limited sounds of the Spectrum, the ST was like having your own arcade cabinet in your bedroom. 512KB of memory! A floppy disk drive!

The best of Public Access Vol. 3: the Atari ST, virtues of HD Audio and more – Engadget

Posted on June 30, 2015 Filed Under Atari In The News


The best of Public Access Vol. 3: the Atari ST, virtues of HD Audio and more
Engadget
Nostalgia's a powerful thing, and Jess James gave us a heavy dose with fond memories of his first PC, the Atari ST. Meanwhile, Chris Carroll waxed poetic on how filming family get togethers has brought about some peculiar behavior from his relatives.

LOOK: Miss your old ZX Spectrum or Atari console? Gamers can step back in … – Daily Post North Wales

Posted on June 30, 2015 Filed Under Atari In The News


Daily Post North Wales

LOOK: Miss your old ZX Spectrum or Atari console? Gamers can step back in ...
Daily Post North Wales
If you still miss your ZX Spectrum 64 or Atari 600 console a new business could take you on a journey back in time. Retro Vault is opening in Colwyn Bay this weekend on a mission to take older gamers back to their childhood and introduce a new ...

ET the Extra-Terrestrial Was the Most Important Video Game Ever Made – The Escapist

Posted on June 30, 2015 Filed Under Atari In The News


The Escapist

ET the Extra-Terrestrial Was the Most Important Video Game Ever Made
The Escapist
Founded in 1972, Atari was primarily responsible for the birth of the video game industry, both in arcades and in the home. From the moment founders Nolan Bushnell and Ted Dabney slapped some hardware on a black and white Walgreens television set ...

ET the Extra-Terrestrial Was the Most Important Video Game Ever Made – The Escapist

Posted on June 30, 2015 Filed Under Atari In The News


The Escapist

ET the Extra-Terrestrial Was the Most Important Video Game Ever Made
The Escapist
Founded in 1972, Atari was primarily responsible for the birth of the video game industry, both in arcades and in the home. From the moment founders Nolan Bushnell and Ted Dabney slapped some hardware on a black and white Walgreens television set ...

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