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Tempest 4000

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Platform: Xbox One
Tags: Shooter
Developer: Llamasoft
More Platforms: PC, PlayStation 4


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Tempest 4000 blasts its way to retail next week

July 09, 2018 - 0 comments
A few years ago, Llamasoft founder Jeff Minter (best known for his work on Tempest 2000 and numerous games of a similar nature that have followed) and Atari were engaged in a nasty dispute that was bad for everyone. Now they are on speaking terms again, and one result of that new peace is... full article

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