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Atari showed off a new production update on March 20, when they said that they have received enough parts to build the first Atari VCS production units.
However, most of these units are earmarked as dev kits for developers. On May 29, , Atari announced the first batch of production units are ready to exit the factory by mid-June.
Atari has not released the exact specifications of the Atari VCS, but states that it will be based on a customized AMD central processor and will use Radeon graphic processing technology.
The unit's photos echo the look-and-feel of the Atari , with a black veneer and faux wood-grain front plate, though sized about half as large.
Conuladh says that they anticipate the hardware is comparable to a mid-range personal computer for , powerful enough to run most games but not for more recent AAA titles.
The hardware will include one "Classic Joystick" controller, based on the single-button design of the Atari CX40 joystick , adding only additional inset buttons for accessing the console's menus,   as well as LED lighting.
A "Modern Controller" features a layout typical of modern console platforms. Two editions of Atari VCS have been announced, including one inspired by the Atari and the other in red and black colors having a front panel made of glass.
Atari has stated that while they will provide bundles with the Classic Joystick and Modern Controller, there will also be options to purchase the device without them.
This comes as Atari intends to allow users to use their own pre-existing accessories including remotes, mouse and keyboards, microphones, external speakers and other controllers.
Other applications that can be installed include streaming applications, music players, and web browsers. Whereas the Atari was a cartridge-driven game system, the VCS does not use cartridges or optical discs for games, but instead allows players to download games from external websites or install through storage media such as SD cards.
Atari has stated that the unit will ship with "tons of classic Atari retro games pre-loaded, and current titles from a range of studios".
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The Atari VCS represents Atari's hopeful comeback into the console world, promising both access to original Atari games and new experiences, pairing the classic with the modern.
Atari first teased the Atari VCS back in June with a pretty lightweight website and a brief YouTube clip, and then finally spilled the beans back at E3 The system is, as Atari puts it, "built for today".
It's designed to deliver unprecedented levels of flexibility yet capture the classic feel of the original Atari It wasn't until July of that we got a better sense of what to expect from the Atari VCS, when an email blast to fans who subscribed to Atari's newsletter detailed some of the now confirmed specifications of the console.
The Atari VCS will be available in three models — one with a classic wood grain walnut front, another that's predominantly black, and a third model that sports a carbon gold finish.
It's a striking reimagining of a gaming classic, with a slim, streamlined aesthetic. All three versions share the same, slick design, with ribbed lines and a raised back.
What's profoundly positive about this whole affair, however, is that those waiting all this time to get their hands on the console may finally get to enjoy it for themselves.
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Please deactivate your ad blocker in order to see our subscription offer. The difficulty switches were moved to the back of the bezel in later versions of the console.
The back bezel also included the controller ports, TV output, and power adapter outlets. The does not have a frame buffer.
Instead the video device provides two 8-pixel bitmapped sprites , two 1-pixel "missile" sprites, a 1-pixel "ball", and a pixel "playfield" that is drawn by writing a bit pattern for each line into a register just before the television scans that line.
As each line is scanned, a game must identify the non-sprite objects that overlap the next line, assemble the appropriate bit patterns to draw for those objects, and write the pattern into the register.
Similar to its predecessor Pong , the right side of the screen is a mirrored duplicate of the left; to control it separately, the software may modify the patterns as the scan line is drawn.
After the controller scans the last active line, a vertical blanking interval begins, during which the game can process inputs and update the positions and states of objects in the game world.
Any mistake in timing produces visual artifacts, a problem that programmers call "racing the beam". The 's video hardware is therefore highly flexible, but also challenging to program.
One advantage the has over more powerful contemporary competitors such as the ColecoVision is that the has no protection against altering settings in mid-line.
For example, although each sprite nominally has only one color, it is possible to color the rows differently by changing the sprite's color as it is drawn.
If the two hardware sprites are not enough for a game, a developer may share one sprite among several objects as with the ghosts in Pac-Man or draw software sprites, which is only a little more difficult than drawing a fixed playfield.
The Pitfall! The Atari was designed to be compatible with the cathode-ray tube television sets produced in the late s and early s,  and uses different color palettes depending on the television signal format.
A side effect of how graphics work on the is that all games are required to run at either 60 frames per second NTSC or 50 frames per second PAL.
Driving controllers, which are similar to paddle controllers but can be continuously rotated, shipped with the Indy launch game.
The CX40 joystick can be used with the Master System and Sega Genesis , but does not provide all the buttons of a native controller.
Third-party controllers include Wico's Command Control joystick. There were two attempts to turn the Atari into a keyboard-equipped home computer : Atari's never-released CX "Graduate" keyboard,  and the CompuMate keyboard by Spectravideo which was released in The initial production of the VCS was made in Sunnyvale, using thick plastic for the casing, and with all six console switches on the front panel.
Production of the unit was moved to Hong Kong in , where a thinner plastic was used for the casing, reducing the system's weight.
These two versions are commonly referred to as "Heavy Sixers" and "Light Sixers" respectively, representing the six front switches.
In , the difficulty switches were moved to the back of the console, leaving four switches on the front.
Other than this, these four-switch consoles looked nearly identical to the earlier six-switch models. In Atari rebranded the console as the "Atari ", a name first used on a version of the four-switch model without woodgrain, giving it an all-black appearance.
The company Telegames , which later produced cartridges for the , is unrelated. Sears released versions of Atari's games with Tele-Games branding, usually with different titles.
The Atari is the Japanese version of the released in October It was the first release of a designed specifically for the Japanese market, though companies like Epoch had distributed the in Japan previously.
The was released a short time after Nintendo 's Family Computer which became the dominant console in Japan , and it did not gain a significant share of the market.
Designed by engineer Joe Tilly, the has four controller ports instead of the two of the The controllers are an all-in one design using a combination of an 8-direction digital joystick and a degree paddle , designed by John Amber.
The case style was used as the basis for the Atari 's case designed by Barney Huang. The model has a smaller, cost-reduced form factor with an Atari -like appearance.
In , nine games were released on cartridge to accompany the launch of the machine, including Air-Sea Battle , Star Ship , and Street Racer. Rick Maurer's port of Taito's Space Invaders , released in , is the first VCS title to have more than one million copies sold—eventually doubling that.
Versions of Atari's own Asteroids and Missile Command arcade games, released the following year, were also major hits. Two Atari published games, both from , E.
To clear inventory and save money in wake of the crash, Atari shipped about , Atari games, including unsold lots of Pac-Man and E.
Until , there was skepticism of how much Atari had buried there, in some cases estimates of millions of cartridges, creating an urban legend of an Atari video game burial.
The legend was verified in when interested parties were able to dig up a portion of the landfill and confirmed the presence of unsold Atari games. A company named Mystique produced a number of pornographic games for the The most notorious of these, Custer's Revenge , was protested by women's and Native American groups  because it depicted General George Armstrong Custer raping a bound Native American woman.
The Atari VCS—and later as the —was so successful in the late s and early s that "Atari" was a synonym for the system in mainstream media and, by extension , for video games in general.
Modern Atari clones remain on the market. The Atari Classics in-1 TV Game, manufactured by Jakks Pacific , emulates the console and includes converted versions of 10 games into a single Atari-brand-lookalike joystick with composite-video outputs for connecting directly to modern televisions or VCRs.
The TV Boy includes games in an enlarged joypad. The Atari Flashback 2 console, released in , contains 40 games with four additional programs unlocked by a cheat code.
The console implements the original architecture and can be modified to play original cartridges by adding a cartridge port, and is also compatible with original controllers.
In , Hyperkin announced the RetroN 77, a clone of the Atari that plays original cartridges instead of pre-installed games. The Atari VCS microconsole , planned for release from Atari Interactive by , is designed on a miniaturization of the Atari , including the option for its faux wood paneling.
This microconsole is designed to play several Atari games under emulation on a Linux operating system, as well as potentially other games for computers and other gaming systems.
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