Banner2k5's picture
551 pencils

this is great, it works so much better than the others.

ZaboZaboZabo's picture
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Tincho's picture
1093 pencils

Nice. They are really cool.

rebelscum's picture
2110 pencils

Fucking hilarious.

Sadly, it also tells me that Atari hasn't contemporized in 36 years.


"I saw a subliminal ad executive once, but only for a second." - The Wright


I have thousands of pencils and $1.50 so I'm off to Starbucks

gmint7's picture
2683 pencils


why they are advertising atari ?


vidya.shankaran's picture
724 pencils

So does this mean atari is still churning out 32 bit games?

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Jet Propulsion Lab
10681 pencils

Have you all seen "The King of Kong"?
It's a film about two ordinary guys with a day job and a family competing at Donkey Kong on a world record level. You should all check it out even if you're not a big video game fan (like myself.) Because the film is ultimately NOT about the video game but rather human psychology and conditioning. Awesome film!! Sorry about the plug.

I think I still have my old beat-up Atari game console in the closet somewhere. My God, how I miss the 80's! (And MTV, too. Remember Saga, Aldo Nova, Missing Persons????)

schoenge's picture
8 pencils

funny campaign.
but i have to agree with some of the other comments about advertising bad game graphics.

Banner2k5's picture
551 pencils

i dont think it matters that the graphics shown are like that, we all know games have moved on, its just a really cool way of showing how long atari has been around and all the experience they have. it really works as it strikes a resonance with anyone who was around when these games were first around.

Aphex's picture
264 pencils

Great!!! for old mens. Pure action in 2 bits!!

"Si eres buen copy, presiona alt + F4"

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Crisp One
2005 pencils

this ad has balls

laksh08's picture
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teenie's picture
1894 pencils

I don't get it.

It's funny, cause it reminds me of the old games we used to play. But I thought this was an ad for an old T-Shirt store or something. Not Atari as a modern gaming company.

strawberry's picture
36 pencils

Coooool =]

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