Atari is celebrating its 50th birthday on the Google Stadia platform | TechBuzz

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The story of the early days of Atari is, in many ways, the history of the birth of video games“, said Wade Rosen, CEO of Atari.

Google’s Stadia cloud gaming platform is becoming home to several Atari classics such as Breakout, Centipede, Black Widow and Asteroids. The graphics of these games will be adapted to today’s graphics standards.

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Atari also states that more games are coming, but they did not give more details.

In addition to these retro editions, Atari also offers a limited edition T-shirt for the 50th anniversary on its web store.

📷 image: Atari

image: Atari

CEO Wade Rosen and founder Nolan Bushnell share theirs reflections on the legacy of the Atari in an exclusive video you can watch below.

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For a company that was founded in 1972 and lost somewhere in the turbulent market, this is a nice reminder that Atari still exists as part of gaming industry.

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