A review by presidentwolf
Doom Guy: Life in First Person by John Romero

emotional funny hopeful informative inspiring reflective medium-paced


I started reading this one immediately after Masters of Doom, which covers very similar topics - but apparently with a little more drama sprinkled in. Now, I'll admit - this is John Romero's account of events, who was kind of called out in Masters of Doom as losing focus. John admits this kind of - but gives a more realistic view of the entire situation and admits his faults. In comparison between the two, this is definitely the more superior of the two books easily. I highly recommend it to anyone interested in game development and game history. John Romero is an industry icon who literally touched everything during his tenure.