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Atari's deathbed.

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posted on Mar, 5 2006 @ 10:51 AM

The publisher, once the premiere name in the gaming industry, reportedly plans to lay off a portion of its North American staff (which currently consists of 250 people) and plans to sell all of its internal studios. All of this comes as Atari's latest high profile release – "Marc Ecko's Getting Up: Contents Under Pressure" - earns less than stellar reviews from video game critics.

hahaha. an ecko game? HAHAHAHAHA
a game about doing graffiti? HAHAHAHAHA
/digs grave

One of the coolest things this game has going for it is the kick-ass soundtrack!

wow thats it? HAHAH. I bought the game for the music /eyes mp3 collection

/tiny violin

posted on Mar, 5 2006 @ 11:21 AM
Atari has been making craptacular games for awhile now. I actually thought cotents under pressure might be fun a bit like jet set radio now that was a fun game i was wrong. I agree with the reviewer the best part of the game was the music all i have to say is good riddens to atari.

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