When the text-heavy fantasy worlds of multi-user dungeons first invaded the mainframes of Essex University and the dial-ups of Compuserve, there were few rules in place and even fewer ways to enforce them.
Ask that question 100 times and you’ll get 100 different answers. Lucasarts. Sierra. Bethesda. Valve. Westwood. Ask me 100 times, though, and I’ll give you the same answer 100 times running: Origin.
Garry Newman has one of PC gaming’s better-known first names – and one of its best grassroots success stories.