ATARI-INDUCED EUPHORIA PHOTOSHOOT By Tara Babcock and Photographer David Ward - www.impulsegamer.com

ATARI-INDUCED EUPHORIA PHOTOSHOOT

Now, I know I have been completely MIA for an extended period of time, leaving the viewers and readers here at Impulse Gamer wondering, "where did Tara go!?" I assure you that it was nothing more than my overly-packed schedule that kept me from entertaining and enticing you all with my fun gaming articles and photoshoots! My gaming livestream was taking off and monopolizing most of my time, as well as shoots and other general Tara craziness, but I think I have it under control now. No one activity can have all of me; I needed my writing fill too! I am back, and will be providing my section at Impulse Gamer with monthly articles and sexy gaming-inspired imagery!

I pondered how exactly I could come back with a bang, and the solution was obvious--a sexy gaming photoshoot showcasing new, sexy red hair, and a system that pioneered the gaming revolution!


This is my favorite photo from the set. It accurately captures the utter ecstasy of having this many industry changing, iconic games! Imagine having this collection as a child! Scroll down for the whole gallery of epicness!

When photographer Dave Ward contacted me, knowing I was an avid gamer, with the idea that we shoot with his Atari 2600, I knew right away it would be perfect. He assured me his console was in working condition, and that he could supply dozens of cartridges and pamphlets to support our concept. When Dave arrived I started polishing and cleaning the system and it brought memories rushing back. Although I was born in the last couple months of the 80's, my family had an Atari as well, and because of this, Pitfall! was my very first game. My gateway drug, if you will, to my 20-plus-year gaming addiction. Rolling around with all of that nostalgic memorabilia was really amazing... and no, no gaming gear was harmed in the making of these photos!

By the way, did anyone else know Steve Jobs worked for Atari before he founded Apple, and was the creator of the popular Atari game Breakout? Another interesting Atari tidbit is that it is an American company, and the name Atari is Japanese for "to hit the target", and its logo features Mt. Fuji!

Enjoy my loving homage to a console that not only started the ball rolling for what gaming is today, but the system that solidified my love for electronic stimulation, and helped create the woman you love to love (or hate) today!

THE ATARI-INDUCED EUPHORIA PHOTOSHOOT

All images are Copyright of Tara Babcock and Dave Ward Photography.

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