Driver comic revs up
Narrative set after events of Driver 3 and before upcoming Driver: San Francisco; DC Comics' Wildstorm Productions pegged to produce; release date uncertain.
Spot On: Atari's master plan--online and off
Game publisher kicks off its 2006 press event with talk of external development, better quality control, and a new presence on the Internet.
Ubisoft gets Driver's license
Atari agrees to sell most assets from Reflections to French publisher for $24 million; Ubi eager to get into racing game.
Atari updates status on lawsuits
SEC filing brings investors up to speed on company's legal proceedings--win, lose, or settle.
Driver 3 speeds onto the GBA
Handheld version of Atari's undercover racer crashes into retail this fall.
Atari CEO steps down
James Caparro bolts publisher after three years on top; chairman Bruno Bonnell named interim chief executive.
Driver 3 reannounced for PC
Atari touts enhanced graphics, additional mission in the "new" version of its multiplatinum driving game.
Atari confirms Driver creator's resignation
Publisher comments on Martin Edmondson's depature from developer Reflections; calls Driver franchise "alive and well."
Rumor Control: Downloadable PSP demos and Driver 3 Redux
Also this week: Brothers in Arms 2, next-gen Pro Evolution Soccer, and the Metroid ilovebees.com parodies.
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