The creator of Prince Of Persia revisits his early games and career.
We speak to the legendary strategy king about his early days at Microprose and forming Firaxis.
He was there in the early days of Atari Inc and was heavily involved in the arcade classic Pong. Allan Alcorn goes back to where it all began…
We speak to the king of strategy games about his excellent 8-bit releases.
We speak to David Crane about his early days at Atari and co-founding Activision.
We speak to Roland Perry, who worked with Lord Alan Sugar and was heavily involved with Amstrad’s range of home computers.
John Romero is a bastion of first-person shooters. We speak to him about the early days, before he brought Doom to every PC gamers.
We talk to the co-founder of Team 17 about coding on the Spectrum and moving to the 16-bit Amiga.
Stephen Crow looks back at his early career before he hit the big time with StarQuake.
We look back at the exciting career of Geoff Crammond.
The Oliver Twins have been in the industry since the early Eighties. Find out how it all started for them.
We catch up with Ocean’s Gary Bracey and talk about the good old days.
We speak to Nick Jones, one of the talented programmers behind the massively popular Earthworm Jim franchise.
He’s one of gaming’s most influential figures, having worked in the industry for 30 years. Retro Gamer finds out how it all started…
We speak to Jon Ritman, the classic developer who breathed life into the likes of Batman, Head Over Heels and Match Day.
We sit down with Jon Hare and find out how a love of music got him into the games industry.
Archer Maclean tells us about his early career, from being inspired by arcade legends like Eugene Jarvis, to teaming up with snooker star Jimmy White.