John Romero takes us back to the early formative days of id Software, way back to November 1993, about a month before the release of the original Doom.
It was a time of mullets, when CRT monitors dominated, when Shiny's Aladdin for the Sega Genesis and Bram Stoker's Dracula for MS-DOS captured the imaginations of the id Software staff. It was also before Doom was 100% complete, with John Romero shown playing a version of the first-person shooter before the majority of the public had a chance to see the game in action.
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A Visit to id Software [Vimeo]