Atari now owns the rights to over 100 retro games, including Bubsy, Hardball, and F-14 Air Combat.
Tadas Migauskas says the console's lower computation power and memory size will make it "pretty hard" for it to keep up with demands as the generation progresses.
The developer, which specializes in remasters of retro titles, is set to be acquired by Atari in a deal worth up to $20 million.
David Lowey, Marcoms and Operations for Atari VCS and Atari Video Games, speaks with GamingBolt about the company's newest arcade revival.
Atari is shifting away from its current focus on mobile games and free-to-play releases, and pivoting instead to premium titles.
The grandfather of the survival horror genre but now little more than a memory- what the hell happened to Alone in the Dark?
Only 1980s kids will remember this.
Who you gonna call? The Taiwan Digital Game Rating Committee!
The remaster of the old school shooter is out now.
Looks like this is part of why the console was delayed.
Atari looking to ship something more modern than originally announced.
The system will feature a Bristol Ridge A10 CPU, Radeon R7 GPU, 4 GB of RAM and 32 GB of Storage Space.
Two SKUs now available to pre-order.
As part of the pre-sale, you can get the system for $200 and there are even different editions available to suit your tastes.
Which stands for "Video Computer System".
The mysterious box is about to be revealed, at last.
Surprisingly, this actually sounds really good.
The mysterious device gets pushed back for added polish.
I guess they're going ahead with this.
High end AAA games will not be possible on it, but everything else seems fair game.