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Ever since 1994's Tempest 2000, British game developer Jeff Minter has been inextricably linked to Atari. Published by Atari for its Jaguar system, Tempest 2000 was easily among that notorious console's best, and it combined the spirit of the original Tempest with power-ups, psychedelic designs, and twitchy, controller-friendly action (no trackball required!).
But that Atari link has grown sour in recent years, with Minter publicly decrying the current "company" (which he chidingly calls "Infogrames," since that was the company's name before it bought Atari's rights) and paraphrasing their last legal threat in 2015 as follows: "Give us personal information about your finances or we will fuck you up." The row was over TxK, the spiritual successor to Tempest 2000 that his development house, Llamasoft, launched on the PlayStation Vita in 2014. The following year, his attempts to bring that new "tube shooter" game to other platforms were met with legal threats.
"Attack me? They should have hired me," Minter said to Ars in 2015. Someone among Atari's ranks must have been paying attention.
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Update (7/17/2018 8:35am ET): We're into the meat of Amazon's Prime Day sales, and with a new day comes a new set of updates. We've added deals for the Oculus Rift, Nintendo Switch, Dell monitors, and more, and crossed out a few discounts that have expired for the time being. Have a look for yourself below, and expect more updates throughout the day.
Original article (7/16/2018 10:45am ET): Greetings, Arsians! Courtesy of our friends at TechBargains, we have another round of deals to share. And not just any deals—Prime Day deals.
Yes, today is the big one. The one the Dealmaster has been stretching and preparing and running up steps Rocky II-style for. From now through Tuesday, it's Amazon's Prime Day 2018 event, in which the online shopping giant discounts an absolute truckload of things for members of its Prime subscription service. If you don't pay for Prime, you'll have to sit this one out, but remember that new signups can still get a 30-day trial for free.
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