Those games might not be the best but they’re definitely expensive. Continue reading 100 Atari Landfill Cartridges Sell for a Total of $37,000
While the term survival horror came into use in 1996 with the release of Resident Evil, the origins of the genre actually go back much further, all the way to 1980 and legendary game designer Roberta Williams.
DOES THIS CLASSIC ATARI GAME STILL MAKE THE… CUT?
Halloween for Atari 2600 is one of the earliest horror games out there. It actually predates the term “survival horror” by over a decade. It is currently one of the rarest and most valuable Atari 2600 games out there, routinely selling for over $100 for the cartridge by itself (most Atari games sell for around $1). Unfortunately, due to its rarity, age, the fact that it is out of print, not on any digital collections, and on a system that isn’t produced any more, you will have to brush up on your eBay skills to actually play this one.
After getting some hands-on time with the early access build of Human Head Studio’s Minimum, I can solidly say that I plan to pick this title up once the full version launches. The game is fun, fast, and has its own little bits of uniqueness that really pulled me in. Continue reading My Time With Minimum
Remember back in the 80’s when it was rumored that Atari had truckloads of unsold games (such as the infamous E.T.), so they buried them out in the middle of a desert somewhere?
Turns out it’s true.