Dynamite Entertainment has quite a project for those who are loving the Atari books. The publisher announced a new Indiegogo campaign for The Art of Atari, which celebrates 30 years of the video game maker.
Dynamite Entertainment continues its Atari comic book run with Centipede #1 by Max Bemis and Eoin Marron.
My bedroom is going to be covered with retro Atari art, much to my wife’s dismay, when the Dynamite Entertainment Atari Poster Book arrives in June.
Dynamite Entertainment continues its partnership with Atari®, one of the world’s most recognized publishers and producers of interactive entertainment, to create a new comics line based on beloved Atari titles.
PRESS RELEASE: The popularity of video games has reached an all-time high, with modern releases boasting production budgets bigger than most Hollywood films, and grossing far beyond even the biggest box office smash! Now, Dynamite Entertainment returns to the roots of gaming with The Art of Atari!
Press Release Dynamite is very proud to announce a collaborative publishing agreement with Atari®, one of the world’s most recognized publishers and producers of interactive entertainment. The deal includes rights for a comprehensive retrospective hardcover book, collecting game production and concept artwork, photos, behind-the-scenes info, marketing art, other details on the company and its games, and interviews with key people involved in Atari’s rich history. The deal also includes the right to create original comics and graphic novels in all sizes, as well as reprint existing comic material.
Atari sent Major Spoilers the trailer for the upcoming Blade Kitten video game that arrives late this month for the PC, Xbox Live, and PSN. In this latest trailer for Blade Kitten you get a real sense of the story behind the anticipated title. Kit Ballard, who is one lethal kitty and destroyer of all evil in the world of Hollow Wish. Take a look at her bounty hunting skills as Blade Kitten goes well beyond most downloadable titles to deliver a strong narrative, and a colorful, frenetic visual style taken straight from the comic books.
Get the Flash Player to see this player. Champions Online If you loved City of Heroes and City of Villains, Atari has announced Champions Online that should satisfy your MMORPG superhero craving. Based on the award winning Champions setting from the HERO System of pen & paper role playing games and powered by the groundbreaking Cryptic Engine Champions Online taps into the rich universe of heroes and villains with unparalleled intrigue and adventure. Take the jump for the full description, plus a boat load of screen shots.Â The game arrives in September.