Gamers and Atari fans can own a pro rata share of profits and voting capabilities in the upcoming Atari movie based on the godfather of the video game industry Nolan Bushnell

LOS ANGELES - March 21, 2018 - Vision Tree, a media production and financing company, today announced an innovative film funding model with intent to launch a private pre-sale for Bushnell Token in early Spring. Bushnell Token is an ERC-20 security token that offers gamers and Atari fans a unique way to co-own and participate in the film from start to finish. While the film has received offers from conventional and studio-sourced financing, Vision Tree has elected cryptocurrency funding to accelerate the film making path in a whole new way, offering Bushnell Token holders receiving pro rata earnings from the upcoming Atari movie. Additionally, fans will vote on key decisions for the project including selection of the official trailer, select cast members and more.

Published in General Industry

Los Angeles, CA – March 14, 2018 – Neon District, a new Ethereum blockchain game with a tech-noir ethos, is partnering with both The Pineapple Fund and the upcoming Atari movie to create the Pineapple Arcade, which is now available to players globally.

Published in Gaming Industry
Thursday, 22 October 2009 14:37

I Ain't Fraid of No Ghosts!

Y'know, I've been noticing something strange lately out where I live… Just something weird, and I'm pretty sure if I could get a good look at it, it wouldn't look good. Hell, I think it's even fair to say that I've been seeing things, and not just in my head. Thought for sure there was something invisible in my bed last night, at least until my cat scrambled out from under the covers she'd been curled up under. I tell you, I just don't know who I should call… Anybody have any ideas?

Published in New Reviews
Thursday, 22 October 2009 14:36

Ghostbusters: The Video Game (xBox 360, 2009)


1984. A relatively unremarkable year, all things considered. Ma Bell was broken up, Michael Jackson provided his own stage lighting when his hair caught on fire during a Pepsi commercial filming, and Ronald Reagan tries his hand at humor with the line, "My fellow Americans, I'm pleased to tell you today that I've signed legislation that will outlaw Russia forever. We begin bombing in five minutes," during a radio voice check. Nothing particularly interesting. A legion of little transforming toy robots invaded and forever corrupted my co-writer's consciousness as Transformers debuted. Like I said... small potatoes. And oh yes... A little town on an island on the East Coast got overrun by ghosts, goblins, ghouls, spirits, apparitions, and one really nimble little minx with a flat top... But who you gonna call when something like THAT happens?!

Published in Video Game Reivews
Thursday, 06 December 2007 22:30

War Front: Turning Point (PC, 2007)


Ok, what's the last time you played a new, good, solid Real Time Strategy game - let me guess, the first name that popped into mind was Command & Conquer 3, right? Yes, the C&C series is still pretty much the best series in the RTS genre, right along side Warcraft if you like that much micro-management of your resources. When C&C3 came out earlier this year, though, there was another RTS that it completely eclipsed. Now, to be fair, the creators of the game just did not have much in the way of brains, putting it head to head against C&C3, so it's no big surprise if you've never heard of this one. War Front: Turning Point is an RTS that plays a lot like Red Alert 2, with a storyline unusual enough in the RTS world to be called great.

Published in Video Game Reivews
Thursday, 06 December 2007 11:29

War Front: Turning Point Review

And here's a third review this week. Continuing the trend of video game reviews, this time I'm taking a look at a little gem called War Front: Turning Point, an RTS by Digital Reality. Unfortunately, it went unnoticed because the developer released it in direct competition with Command and Conquer 3, which is a pity because it's actually a pretty solid little game. Take a look folks!

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