Exhumed E.T. cartridges fetch more than $100,000

Sep 1, 2015

Copies of Atari's infamous E.T., plus other Atari games dug up from a New Mexico landfill, have fetched $100,000 at auction...

The Back To The Future game you've probably never played

Aaron Birch Feature
Jul 30, 2015

Movie classic Back To The Future hasn't been treated well in gaming, but there's one gem worth seeking out...

Is the joypad putting off casual videogamers?

Guy Buckland Feature
Aug 18, 2015

To regular gamers, technology has moved from a stick to seemingly 11,000 buttons on a joypad. But this may be what's putting non-gamers off.

Top 50 underappreciated Atari ST games

David Hayward Feature
Jul 4, 2015

We look back at the Atari ST games that deserve more love than they got first time round...

Jeff Minter's shooter TxK blocked by Atari

Ryan Lambie News
Mar 18, 2015

Design legend Jeff Minter's had his latest game, the psychedelic shooter TxK, blocked by Atari...

Asteroids reboot is a sandbox MMO

Aaron Birch News
Feb 11, 2015

Although you'll be able to blast space rocks, the new Asteroids won't be a simple shooter...

Atari: Game Over review

Ryan Lambie Review
Jan 16, 2015

The documentary Atari: Game Over investigates the burial of E.T. cartridges in the New Mexico desert. Here's our review...

Geeky antiques from the past 35 years

Ryan Lambie Odd List
Sep 11, 2014

From action figures and games to books and comics, we take a look at a few geeky antiques from the past decades...

Trailer for Atari: Game Over, the E.T. landfill documentary

Simon Brew News
Jul 29, 2014

Remember the discovery of E.T. cartridges in the desert earlier this year? Here's the trailer for the accompanying documentary...

What Video Games: The Movie inadvertently says about mainstream games

Ryan Lambie Feature
Jul 30, 2014

Video Games: The Movie takes a breezy tour of history, but shows mainstream gaming in a less than favourable light, Ryan writes...