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In an unexpected turn of events, Atari has pulled out of E3. Although anyone could speculate on why they did such a thing, we’ll leave that for later. Although we do not have any confirmation, we do have a quote from Atari public reltaions.

Atari said that it was a “proactive decision to attend but not exhibit at this year’s E3 event.” and that there are “other selling and marketing initiatives” for them to spend time on. Atari may not be exhibiting at the event, but they are attending. No presentation, just presence. With Champions Online and Ghostbusters around the corner, they’ve got plenty to show off. We’ll be letting you know if they give an official reason. Good luck, Atari.

Source: Big Download

Even if Atari isn’t, we’ll be attending E3! Be sure to check back at the begining of June for our comprehensive coverage.

  1. That’s an interesting move on their part.

  2. hmmm, an atari expo? :P

  3. Oh no, I can’t believe Atari is not coming to E3!

  4. Lame. I was hoping to play Ghostbusters, and see if it was any good.

  5. They were at Comic-Con last year with it, didn’t get a chance to play the game, but got a free t-shirt, which yeah, love me some free t-shirt.

  6. @Chris
    I was hoping you’d play ghostbusters and tell me if its any good.

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