Thursday, March 13, 2008

Valve's popular downloading service is getting a new set of games from Atari. Anybody who happened to miss Indigo Prophecy the first time around is in

Atari announced today that it has signed a digital distribution agreement with Valve. Under terms of the agreement, a variety of Atari catalog titles will be coming to Steam. Titles that are now available to Steam users include Death to Spies, Indigo Prophecy, and RollerCoaster Tycoon 3.

"Atari is excited to team up with Steam and deliver great games through a digital platform that our fans have asked for," said Nizzi Renaud, Vice President of Online Entertainment for Atari. "We look forward to making an extensive collection of games, across many genres, available to Steam's extensive, globally-connected community."

"We're proud to welcome to Steam a company that has become synonymous with video games," said Jason Holtman, director of business development at Valve. "Atari cemented video games into the consciousness of modern culture and continues to produce a unique mix of games that appeal to a variety of audiences, as represented by the line-up heading to Steam."

via GameDaily

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