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Friday, 11 April 2008 15:44

Atari trying to end financial problems

Written by Nadan Hadzibeganovic

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With Alone In the Dark

 

The new Infogrames Manager, David Gardner, in a recent interview with Reuters announced ambitious plans for the following business year, when everything should play out better for Infogrames and Atari.

The goal is to put financial crisis behind; and they intend to do that with a little help from their new action title, Alone in the Dark. The game should hit the shelves on the 20th of June and will be available for PC, Wii, PS3 and XboX 360.

Gardner is convinced that the game will sell 2-3 million copies by March next year, and that this will be the first step in bringing this company back on the right track.

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