1. Atari VCS architect quits, citing six months of missed payments  GamesIndustry.biz
  2. Atari's Lead Console Engineer Quits After Dispute - IGN  IGN
  3. Atari VCS: Architect Quits Designing AMD-Powered Device, New Pics Shared  Tom's Hardware
  4. The architect behind Atari's VCS retro console just quit  Engadget
  5. Retro Atari console designer quits, says he hasn't been paid  Boing Boing
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Rob Wyatt: "As a small company, we have been lucky to survive this long."Rob Wyatt: "As a small company, we have been lucky to survive this long."

Atari VCS architect quits, citing six months of missed payments | GamesIndustry.biz

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Atari shared pictures of the upcoming Atari VCS gaming device on Medium.Atari shared pictures of the upcoming Atari VCS gaming device on Medium.

Atari VCS: Architect Quits Designing AMD-Powered Device, New Pics Shared

Atari's long-delayed retro console may be in trouble, because according to The Register, its lead architect has left the project. Rob Wyatt, who was also a foun...Atari's long-delayed retro console may be in trouble, because according to The Register, its lead architect has left the project. Rob Wyatt, who was also a foun...

The architect behind Atari's VCS retro console just quit

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The reborn VCS looked like a thoroughbred among a field of retro nags, wedding Atari's classic pedigree to powerful modern hardware. But its designer has quit the project, according to The Register, claiming he hasn't been paid and that the project is a mess. It is unclear whether Atari will be able to complete its…The reborn VCS looked like a thoroughbred among a field of retro nags, wedding Atari’s classic pedigree to powerful modern hardware. But its designer has quit the project, according to The Re…

Retro Atari console designer quits, says he hasn't been paid / Boing Boing

Retro console a mess, may never launch, sources allege

Game over: Atari VCS architect quits project, claims he hasn’t been paid for six months • The Register

Rob Wyatt, the lead architect behind the Atari VCS console, officially resigned from the project on Friday, October 4th. Citing non-payment from Atari for six months, Wyatt's company Tin Giant, which was contracted to help design the console, has left the project. Additionally, sources familiar with the Atari VCS have claimed the console is little more than a generic Linux PC, which does not jive with Atari's marketing.Rob Wyatt, the lead architect behind the Atari VCS console, officially resigned from the project on Friday, October 4th. Citing non-payment from Atari for six months, Wyatt's company Tin Giant, which was contracted to help design the console, has left the project. Additionally, sources familiar with the Atari VCS have claimed the console is little more than a generic Linux PC, which does not jive with Atari's marketing.

Atari VCS console (Ataribox) lead architect Rob Wyatt resigns from project, claims non-payment for six months - NotebookCheck.net News

Until just recently, Rob Wyatt was the system architect heading up Atari’s new console project but Wyatt now says he’s resigned from his post afteUntil just recently, Rob Wyatt was the system architect heading up Atari’s new console project but Wyatt now says he’s resigned from his post after Atari neglected to pay him for more than six months.

Gamasutra - Atari VCS architect Rob Wyatt leaves project, calls out Atari for missed pay

Atari announced today that they have officially put the Atari VCS into pre-production ahead of the first wave of backer-supported shipments in December.Atari announced today that they have officially put the Atari VCS into pre-production ahead of the first wave of backer-supported shipments in December.

The Atari VCS Officially Enters Pre-Production

Will this troubled system ever see the light of day? - Atari was once the king of video games, and at one point was close ...Will this troubled system ever see the light of day?

Atari's Attempt To Relaunch The VCS Has Just Hit Another Brick Wall - Nintendo Life

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Atari VCS gaming PC in question after key architect quits - SlashGear

Atari is showing off pre-production photos of the Atari VCS retro game console, including one of the PCB with a Ryzen APU installed.Atari is showing off pre-production photos of the Atari VCS retro game console, including one of the PCB with a Ryzen APU installed.

Atari VCS Retro Game Console Pre-Production Commences, Ryzen APU Internals Displayed | HotHardware

‘I was hoping to see the project through to the end and that it wouldn't come to this,’ chief architect said‘I was hoping to see the project through to the end and that it wouldn't come to this,’ chief architect said

The new Atari console may never launch, hasn’t paid its developers for over six months - VideoGamer.com

The Atari VCS is a retro-inspired game console that’s basically a small PC with an AMD Ryzen Embedded processor and Radeon Vega graphics. It’s expected to run a custom Linux-based operating system with support for classic games and some modern titles. First unveiled as a concept more than two years ago, the latest word from […]

Atari shows of VCS motherboard... as its designer quits the project - Liliputing