Not until "Black Panther" came out did it dawn on former Atari employee Steve Wright.
Take a trip back in time with retro and classic versions of games we played as kids.
From Atari to Xbox, they're all there.
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I'm here to tell you that growing up the way we did was not a long-term favor or blessed accomplishment. Let me be clear that I don't blame my parents. No, my disdain for nostalgia has more to do with cold, hard facts and unpleasant anecdotes than personal issues.
Thinking we'd finally done everything we needed to do to play the stinking game, we turned back to the Xbox, which had frozen up completely. No worries. We turned it off and let it reboot, but when it came back on, it immediately froze up again.
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Despite being somewhat aesthetically unappealing, we children of the '80s had it pretty good.
“It’s extremely important that we see these large publishers like Atari stepping up to the plate," he said in an email statement
Thirty years ago! Scary! Yet inspiring. (Certainly most millennials I encounter are ripping off that era as fast as their iPad-laden hands can grab.) For your pleasure and edification, I was there (and then), and I reflect.
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