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Written by Christophor "SuperGuido" Rick   
Thursday, 13 March 2008

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Atari is switching to Steam power as they and Valve have announced an agreement to begin distribution of several Atari titles. Since they canned their publishing branch I think this is an excellent step for Atari and for Steam as well.

Starting today, gamers in North America may add the following Atari titles to their Steam games library:

  • Act of War: Direct Action - a real-time strategy experience that puts players squarely in control of counterterrorist forces and delivers a first look at tomorrow's war.
  • Act of War: High Treason - an ultra-realistic modern military real-time strategy game.
  • ArmA: Combat Operations - a first person tactical military shooter with large elements of realism and simulation.
  • Atari 80 Classics in 1 - the ultimate collection of the original games that inspired generations of gamers.
  • Death to Spies - third-person stealth action game that immerses the player into the atmosphere of World War II military intelligence operations.
  • Desperados 2: Cooper's Revenge - an RTS set in a thrilling Western atmosphere.
  • Indigo Prophecy - a thrilling supernatural mystery adventure game.
  • RollerCoaster Tycoon 3: Platinum - combines the roller coaster theme park fun of the Roller Coaster Tycoon 3 with included expansion packs Soaked! and Wild!
  • Tycoon City: New York - a tycoon simulation game set in one of America's most exciting metropolises.

In the coming weeks, The Witcher, the award winning RPG of 2007, Neverwinter Nights 2 and the expansion pack NeverWinter Nights 2: Mask of the Betrayer - the sequel to one of the best-selling and genre-defining role-playing games ever - will also be added to Atari's Steam lineup.

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