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Bankruptcy doesn't always mean the End ... Could be a move towards restructuring and allowing time to pay their bills as well as Breaking away from the French Parent company
Hmm, there's a few games from Atari I want still, but money is too tight to be buying video games that will sit in my backlog for a while :(
Doesn't GOG have a direct agreement now with the DandD games with Hasbro?

Of the other Atari games the only ones i havent got i want are the Independence War games....

You can also probably count on them not bidding on THQ franchises now ;)
Post edited January 21, 2013 by nijuu
HEY GOG, WE NEED AN 80% OFF SALE OVER HEAH
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nijuu: Doesn't GOG have a direct agreement now with the DandD games with Hasbro?
Yes, in fact all the D&D games here are published by Hasbro now. I updated the wiki, in case anyone cares. :P
Post edited January 21, 2013 by Foxhack
The sad thing is that there's still some unreleased games that Atari probably has the rights to. The entire Microprose backlog afaik is Atari property.
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htown1980: For anyone wanting a list of Atari games on gog:

http://www.gog.com/catalogue?search=Atari
There are a lot of games on this list that I would like...
Silver looks the most interesting to me (that I don't already own - Outcast is amazing) is it any good or just a dodgy FF7 rip-off?
Own every Atari GOG I could want except Silver and I doubt I would ever play that anyway.

Also this isn't really Atari, which died years and years ago, so whatevs.
The irony is that with all the extra sales that if they were going to yank the titles, they probably won't now.
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Fever_Discordia: Outcast is amazing
Don't say that, you'll make me want to buy it! :P
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StingingVelvet: Also this isn't really Atari, which died years and years ago, so whatevs.
Yes I always found it strange that Infogrames renamed themselves after an old computer company
I'm surprised Atari didn't go bankrupt years earlier.

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StingingVelvet: Also this isn't really Atari, which died years and years ago, so whatevs.
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Crosmando: Yes I always found it strange that Infogrames renamed themselves after an old computer company
Atari sounds a lot better than Infogrames. I wonder how much money they made from using the name. They probably got a decent amount just from merchandise.
I hope nothing changes here, there are 6 games I'd like to get someday. A couple I almost got during the sale last month. The couple of games I've been waiting years to get.

Well maybe the rights of the games will be bought up by someone already working with GOG.
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Fever_Discordia: Outcast is amazing
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Gazoinks: Don't say that, you'll make me want to buy it! :P
And you won't regret the purchase if you do.
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Crosmando: ... Yes I always found it strange that Infogrames renamed themselves after an old computer company
Not that Infogrames would have been young with a founding year of 1983. They just went for cult status like some Cola producers do also.
Post edited January 21, 2013 by Trilarion
I just need to buy Colonization soon. There are a few others I wouldn't mind possibly but that's the only one I'd regret missing out on(that I don't own already).