30 Years Of Electronic Arts Celebrated In Retro Gamer
Retro Gamer magazine goes back to where it all began for mega-publisher EA.
Published on Jul 20, 2012
Retro Gamer celebrates Electronic Arts’ thirtieth anniversary by speaking to founder Trip Hawkins. Trip, along with other key early staff such as Gregory Riker, Randy Breen and Bill Budge, reveal how the company was first formed, and how it turned from a small creative publisher, into one of the industry’s biggest success stories.
Controversial games are also a big theme in issue 105. From Grand Theft Auto, to Mortal Kombat and Doom, we reveal some of the biggest gaming controversies of all time, and speak to the developers behind them, including John Romero, Scott Miller and Eugene Jarvis.
Other exciting features to look out for include an exclusive making of Tempest with Dave Theurer, what really happened to Ultimate’s Mire Mare, and why the Atari ST was so much more than a poor man’s Amiga.
Trip Hawkins speaks to Retro Gamer. you can read the full article in issue 105, on sale now, priced £4.99. Get your copy from all good newsagents, the Imagine Shop, Zinio or iTunes.
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