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Atari Files For Bankruptcy

The U.S. operations of the pioneering video game company Atari, famed for creating such classics as Asteroids, Missile Command, and Pong, filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy. What do you think?

  • “The problem is that kids these days don’t know the joy of watching a bar move across a screen.”

    Allegra Candy
    Fabric Assembler
  • “This makes me want to dust off my old 2600, grab some of my favorite games, and just spend all afternoon trying to sell them online.”

    Bruce Deakins
    Systems Analyst
  • “Their classic games just need a modern makeover. Like in Pong, that little bouncing ball could be a bullet, and the paddles could be people’s faces being blown apart.”

    Kenny Hansen
    Aquaculturist