Saturday, September 29, 2007

Whole Atari Stats

Atari, Inc.
Type Public (NASDAQ: ATAR)
Founded 1972 as Atari Inc.
1984 as Atari Corporation and Atari Games
1998 as Atari Interactive
2003 as Atari Inc. (formerly Infogrames Inc./GT Interactive)
Headquarters New York, N.Y., U.S.
Key people David Pierce, CEO
Patrick Leleu, Chairman and Chief Creative Officer
Diane Price Baker, Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer
Industry video game
Products Test Drive, Dragon Ball, Alone in the Dark, Godzilla, Neverwinter Nights, RollerCoaster Tycoon 3
Revenue $218 million (2006)
Net income $68 million (2006)
Employees 232 (2006)
Website www.atari.com
Atari 2600
Atari 2600 four-switch "wood veneer" version, while the original 2600 had six switches.
Manufacturer Atari
Type Video game console
Generation Second generation
First available Flag of the United States October 1977
Flag of the United Kingdom 1978
Flag of France 1980
Flag of Germany March 1981
Flag of Japan 1983
Flag of Brazil 1983
Discontinued January 1, 1992
Controller input Joystick
Paddles
Driving Controller
Trak-Ball
Keypad
Units sold +/- 40 million units[verification needed]
Top-selling game Pac Man
Predecessor Atari Pong
Successor Atari 5200


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Atari 5200
Atari 5200 system and controller
Manufacturer Atari
Type Video game console
Generation Second generation
First available Flag of the United States November 1982
Discontinued 1984
Controller input Joystick
Trak-Ball
Units sold N/A
Top-selling game N/A
Predecessor Atari 2600
Successor Atari 7800
The Atari 5200 SuperSystem, or simply the Atari 5200, is a video game console that was introduced in 1982 by Atari as a replacement to the Atari 2600. THIS THING
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Atari 7800
Atari 7800 System
Manufacturer Atari
Type Video game console
Generation Third generation (8-bit era)
First available Flag of the United States June 1984 (test market)
Flag of the United States June 1986
Flag of Europe 1987
Discontinued January 1, 1992
Units sold N/A
Backward
compatibility
Atari 2600
Predecessor Atari 5200
Successor Atari Jaguar

Atari Jaguar
Atari Jaguar
Manufacturer Atari
Type Video game console
Generation Fifth generation (32-bit/64-bit era)
First available Flag of the United States November 18, 1993
Units sold 2 Million
Top-selling game Alien Vs. Predator
Predecessor Atari 7800
Successor Atari Jaguar II

Atari Jaguar II
Manufacturer Atari
Type Video game console
Generation
First available prototype in 1995, but ultimately unreleased
Backward
compatibility
Atari Jaguar, Jaguar CD
Predecessor Atari Jaguar

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