Atari is going crazy with Q Entertainment (would this make it Qrazy?!?). Eurogamer reports that Atari will be publishing a new Wii title created by Q founder Tetsuya Mizuguchi, as well as a Q compilation for Xbox 360.
"Q Entertainment's Tetsuya Mizuguchi is developing a new Wii music game for Atari, the publisher said today. The game currently goes by the working title 'QJ'. Atari, which is holding a winter press event this afternoon, also just announced that it plans to release a boxed compilation disc consisting of Rez HD, Lumines Live and Every Extend Extra Extreme including all available downloadable content."
The news isn't terribly surprising. While he was at Sony, Atari president Phil Harrison was a big supporter of Mizuguchi and the two were pretty tight. It's nice to see the pair working together again. More importantly, it's always great to have new games from Q. Out of all the Atari news that has been generated since Harrison joined the company, the announcement of QJ and a working relationship with Q Entertainment is, by far, the most exciting in terms of making the company "cool" again.