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Announcement   Announcement : Infogrames becomes Atari
   posted by IonMane on 7-May-2003 16:56:11 (1422 reads)
Infogrames has changed its name to Atari. Links to the old website are now directed to www.atari.com

It is unlikey to see a new Atari machine released with the new name however.
    

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Bodie 
Re: Infogrames becomes Atari
Posted on 8-May-2003 9:48:21
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Was it just me? Or did anyone else have a secret desire to own an Atari Jaguar .

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Re: Infogrames becomes Atari
Posted on 8-May-2003 10:51:02
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It was just you.

Really, I thought about it alot of times, but I was always put off by those huge bulky controllers.

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Re: Infogrames becomes Atari
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Never really liked the Jag too much myself. Some coin ops used Jag hardware though (Area51, Wargods, Maximum Force, Vicious Circle). It was meant to be a powerful console, but in all the games I saw running on it, none looked much better than those I saw for the SNES.

Infogrames have also owned the Atari name for quite some time anyways, hence their useage of the Atari logo/name on some of their recent releases like UT2003.


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Re: Infogrames becomes Atari
Posted on 8-May-2003 22:08:48
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Was it just me? Or did anyone else have a secret desire to own an Atari Jaguar

I always wanted one too so I just got a new one off ebay for 30 with a game! You can get them from Telegames for 30 too.

My favourite Ataris were the 2600 and the Lynx.

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Bodie 
Re: Infogrames becomes Atari
Posted on 9-May-2003 3:15:48
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Yeah ebay is a good idea... i'll probably even look for a 3do

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Rudei 
Re: Infogrames becomes Atari
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Not a Jaguar, the CD add-on made it look like a toilet!

A 3DO however, always wanted one of those - great concept-franchise style manufacturing and licensing - poor marketing and absolutely slayed by Playstation!


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