Atari launches AtariXP, where the legacy gaming company will sell 2,600 unreleased games like Aquaventure, Saboteur, and Yars' Return in Cartridges. These games will be available as a standard edition for $49.99 and a collectible version for $149.99.
In the 1970s and early 1980s, the Atari 2600 was one of the most popular gaming consoles, offering a variety of games for every taste, such as Pac-Man, Space Invaders, ET, and Asteroids. If some games were canceled during development, the collection could be larger. p>
Released for rare and unreleased games. Atari games in physical form from the 70's and 80's. In addition to completed games that have not been officially released, AtariXP also intends to release games that are available in limited numbers that are hard to find in physical form or value. Improved controls. p>
Now. Aquaventure, Saboteur, and Yars are only available for pre-order and include a classic-style toy box, instruction manual, poster, and hardcover art book. p>
< p> AtariXP will only produce 1,500 Standard Edition cartridges and 1983 collectible units per game. Standard versions are now available for pre-order for $49.99 and the shipping date is expected to be December 13. Collectible editions are priced at $149.99 and ship in early 2022.
The trend of retro games continues. And over time, more games and systems fall into this category. For example, when old games boomed in the 2010s, the PS2 was only 10 years old, but today, as a 20-year-old console, gamers now see it as an outdated system. p>
If you want . Enjoy the old games, there are many options. The most obvious are the simulators, but there are also retro game consoles like the Atari VCS now available in retail stores, Panic Playdate, and many analog consoles like the Pocket and TurboGrafx. You can also purchase accessories that make reading old cartridges easier, such as the Epilogue GB Operator.
The Atari 2600 sells unreleased game cartridges as part of the AtariXP Program.
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