This year Atari have something for everyone's Christmas list with a glittering array of titles for handheld, console and PC, ranging from a major animated feature film license to the most anticipated PC role-playing game of the year.
Neverwinter Nights 2 (PC)
The sequel to BioWare's best-selling and genre-defining role-playing game, Neverwinter Nights 2 takes players back to the embattled city of Neverwinter. Developed by Obsidian Entertainment, Neverwinter Nights 2 features a vast, new single-player game with deep character development, and a powerful new toolset giving players unprecedented freedom to create their own universes, quests and storylines.
Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 (PlayStation2)
The ultimate DBZ experience for PlayStation 2, NAMCO BANDAI Games' Dragon Ball Z: Budokai Tenkaichi 2 delivers ferocious, high-octane one-on-one battling in massive destructible 3D environments with over 100 characters, and a host of brilliant new gameplay features, contributing to a dazzling and absorbing fighting experience.
Test Drive Unlimited (Xbox 360)
The ultimate automotive and lifestyle gaming experience, Test Drive Unlimited lets gamers race over more than 1000 miles of diverse, photo-realistic Hawaiian terrain with 90 licensed cars and bikes from the world's most exclusive manufacturers. With a challenging single player game and host of online options enabling gamers to interact with thousands of others simultaneously, Test Drive Unlimited is racing reinvented.
Arthur and the Minimoys (PS2, PSP, Nintendo DS, Game Boy Advance, PC, Mobile)
The official game of Arthur and the Minimoys, the forthcoming animated feature film from world renowned writer and director Luc Besson, lets players re-live the fantastic adventures of young Arthur and his two pals Selenia and Betameche in their mission to save the Minimoys' world from destruction. The game follows the gripping story of the film, with all the richness and extraordinary visuals of the Arthur universe.
Thrillville (PS2, PSP)
Build, play, manage, ride, customize and socialize your way through the five theme parks you've created - Thrillville fuses individually strong gameplay elements including simulation, party games and social interaction into a new experience that's even greater than the sum of its parts - Thrillville lets you play with your friends in the theme-park of your dreams.
Asterix and Obelix XXL 2 (PSP, Nintendo DS)
While staying firmly rooted in the same great tradition of parody that runs throughout the stories of Asterix and his friends, Asterix and Obelix XXL 2 for the PSP and DS takes full advantage of the WiFi capabilities of the two consoles and the unique touch screen of the DS.
Naruto: Ultimate Ninja (PS2)
Based on the hit anime TV series, NAMCO BANDAI Games' Naruto: Ultimate Ninja takes on other PS2 fighters with its good looks, brilliant gameplay touches and furious ninja battling. Featuring 14 playable characters, 12 fighting stages with destructible objects, special moves and unlockable combos for each character, Naruto: Ultimate Ninja drives the fighting genre into the future.
GTR2 - FIA GT Racing Game (PC)
The astounding follow up to the globally acclaimed FIA GT game GTR from publisher 10TACLE STUDIOS and developer SimBin, GTR 2 - FIA GT Racing Game takes the franchise to new heights with 140+ accurately modelled cars from two full FIA GT seasons and more detail than ever. Features a driving school where players can learn the techniques essential to becoming the ultimate GT driver.
Totally Spies! 2: Undercover (Nintendo DS, Game Boy Advance)
Based on 5 brand new episodes of Marathon's hit TV series, Totally Spies! 2: Undercover sees our Beverly Hills heroines Clover, Alex and Sam platforming, racing, puzzling, shooting and fighting their way through the treacherous world of international espionage where their, like, totally awesome attitude and cool gadgets will help them rescue the world from the clutches of assorted international men of mischief.
SAINT SEIYA: THE HADES (PS2)
Delivering an authentic anime fighting experience, NAMCO BANDAI Games' SAINT SEIYA: THE HADES is drawn from the revered Japanese manga and anime of the same name. Loaded with new features and gameplay enhancements and boasting mind-blowing super-fast battling on a massive battle stage, SAINT SEIYA: THE HADES gives fans the ultimate Saint Seiya fighting experience.
Point Blank DS (Nintendo DS)
Finding a perfect home on Nintendo DS, this new version of the old-school Japanese coin-op shooter from NAMCO BANDAI Games will tempt itchy trigger fingers with its addictive gameplay and witty visual style. Four difficulty levels, 40 stages, high-score free play, arcade, and classic coin-op challenges give players the chance to test their nerve and become a crack shot on the Point Blank DS digitized shooting gallery.
One Piece Grand Adventure (PS2)
The sequel to 2005's One Piece: Grand Battle, NAMCO BANDAI Games' One Piece: Grand Adventure is based on One Piece, the hit Japanese anime and manga, and features a pirate's hoard of graphical and gameplay enhancements. The Adventure Mode boasts one-on-one battles, mob battles, sports, shooting, races and additional mini-game side quests, all in the vibrant piratical tradition of One Piece.
Age of Pirates: Caribbean Tales (PC)
Offering a rich role-playing adventure with deep character development and open-ended quests in a beautiful 3D world, Playlogic's Age of Pirates: Caribbean Tales lets players live the life of a swashbuckling 17th century pirate. Lead your ships into blazing sea battles, cross swords with enemy captains, capture merchant vessels, trade goods, build fleets, conquer colonies and become the most feared and revered pirate on the high seas.