Atari Announces 1C Game Titles For Distribution In The U.S.

Posted: Aug 16 2007, 3:20pm CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:22am CDT, in News | Gaming

Atari Announces 1C Game Titles for Distribution in the U.S.
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1C may not be a company recognized by many gamers in the U.S., but they have some sweet games that we will be familiar with soon. Back at E3 I checked out a game from 1C, that I thought was one of the best at the show called Cryostasis.

That particular game is notably missing from the press release, much to my disappointment. The games Atari is bringing for the fall from 1C include You Are Empty, which looks pretty cool.

Other titles include Death to spies, Dawn of Magic, Fantasy Wars, and Swashbucklers. “1C has long been known for innovative gameplay and storylines," said Robert Stevenson, Vice President of Business Development, Atari, Inc. "We're thrilled to kick-off our 1C relationship with such compelling and original titles."

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