Seminal game company Atari seems to be having deep, deep troubles.
The maker of the 2600 filed its delayed Quarter One financial report yesterday, posting a loss of 11.9 million bucks or 0.89 per share. In its quarterly report, Atari stated that it had "substantial doubt about our ability to continue as a going concern."
The company had previously sold its Driver and Stuntman francises, and has recently been ordered to terminate its Dragon Ball Z license.
TheFeed hopes they will pull a Lazarus and rise from the near-dead to take over the world. We love some Atari.
GamesIndustry.biz: Atari reports 11.9 million Q1 loss