Doom gave birth to a whole economy within the game business, and Romero talks about what it all meant.
The longtime “biz guy” left the maker of Doom games after 17 years.
Hall will return to crafting cartoon-style casual games on mobile platforms.
Cool items include a pair of Vault 101 sneakers and a Dark Brotherhood T-shirt.
Now all it needs is some brown fireball-hurling creepers.
Brighten up your Twitter profile with video game-themed headers of PC titles like Guild Wars 2, League of Legends, and Diablo III.
Many of today’s most amazing-looking video games evolved from simple, blocky pixels. Here are 10 before-and-after comparisons.
If we Earthlings have learned anything from movies, video games, and comic books, we may not want to find anything….
Papo & Yo isn’t the first game to feature graffiti, but its style and influences are uniquely Latin American.
Chief executive Gabe Newell talks about gaming innovations and life at Valve.
Editor's Pick As chief executive of Gears of War developer Epic Games, Tim Sweeney has been on the forefront of video game graphics for a couple of decades. So the DICE Summit, which is giving him a high honor today, turned to him to explain how graphics technology for games will evolve over the next 20 years.
For those of you who are nostalgic for the BFG 9000 gun and its ability to lay waste to hordes of demonic monsters, there’s a little ray of sunshine. The original Doom video game is now available on Xbox Live. You can download the game for 400 Microsoft points, or about $5.
Getting the best talent together is a good strategy in any market. Loot Drop, a new social game developer, is banking on that idea as it takes on the likes of Zynga, Disney, and Electronic Arts in Facebook games.
John Romero is the creator of the Doom and Quake games that have haunted the memories of a generation of gamers with over-the-top shoot-em-up violence. Now he is trying his hand at making a cute Facebook game called Ravenwood Fair.
There will definitely be more gory big budget video games in our future. ZeniMax Media said today it has raised $150 million in investment from Providence Private Equity Partners.