Mmmmm............Curiouser and Curiouser.Hey guys, I emailed ataribox at the Dev link using the words 'programming hobbyist' instead of developer and got a response. I asked how open development for their platform would be. I don't think I should quote their response directly, but basically, I didn't get an answer. Just said that content strategy for their platform would be critical, and as soon as they roll out their developer strategy, I would be among the first to know.
Delorean still exists? News to me. But yeah, atari were talking about wearable tech last time I heard. It sounded like a dumb idea and a further sound thrashing for the atari name. If this console is decent, cheap and reliable I guess a profit can be turned.You do know that the Atari of today has about as much to do with the Atari that made the 2600 as the DeLorean Motor Company of today has to do with John DeLorean right?
Ouch, you hit me right in the hype. :-(You do know that the Atari of today has about as much to do with the Atari that made the 2600 as the DeLorean Motor Company of today has to do with John DeLorean right?
I can still clearly remember the first day my local arcade got in Centipede, and how I got in trouble for spending my lunch money to play it. LOL I also remember clearly it was raining that first day, so once I played my cash on hand, I went back and forth a few times in the rain that day to play again.In terms of my favourite atari hardware, my current avatar should be an indication.
That's right, it's the side art to atari's classic arcade machine, Centipede!
In terms of this new console thing, I can't think of anything useful to say until they release some more details about what it is, and what you can do with it.