Every so often, you come across a comic that throws you for the sort of loop that makes you pause a few pages in and think, “I wasn’t at all prepared for how damned good this is.” Atari and Dynamite’s new Centipede series, based on the classic 1980s video game, is definitely one of those comics.
As you can probably guess, a lot of old arcade cabinets from the 80s aren’t exactly in the best shape in 2016. That doesn’t mean they can’t be salvaged though, as long as you’re willing to put a little love, cash and elbow grease into it.
Sony's big screen adaptation of Patrick Jean's outstanding games-versus-real-life animated short scored a trio of new posters today, evoking far greater majesty than a movie starring Adam Sandler has any right to.
It's a dispiriting law of nature, but everything in pop culture eventually grows old and starts to lose its edge. Thankfully, corporate sponsors are always ready to step up and put a stop to this uncontrollable slide towards obsolescence. That, or just make it worse.
Centipede was an arcade classic, famous still to this day. It debuted in 1981, with a home version for the Atari 2600 showing up in 1982.
Wait! Stop. Don't watch the video yet. First read the included bit of fiction sent along with the trailer.
Microsoft is bringing its Game Room retro collection to the Windows Phone 7, starting with Centipede, Asteroids Deluxe and Shao-Lin Road. What does Game Room gaming look like on a mobile phone? Let's take a look.
Earlier this week, Atari revealed an unexpected retro-revival, a new game based on the original Haunted House for the Atari 2600. Atari's plans for breathing new life into old brands may not stop there.
Kitchen not Asteroids-referencing enough? Have a Centipede problem in your foyer, as in not enough Centipede stickers slathered upon your walls? Wall experts Blik and retro-game rights holders Atari can fix that right up.