The NYU Game Center Lecture Series Presents: ‘Doom & Myst 20 Years After’
There are few games as important or influential as Doom and Myst. While Doom founded what would become one of the defining genres of video games, Myst introduced a huge new audience to the digital art form.
Join us for an evening with two of the most important creative forces behind these two world changing games, John Romero (Doom) and Rand Miller (Myst), as they discuss their visionary works. The free-wheeling conversation, moderated by Frank Lantz, director of the NYU Game Center, will find the two legends meditating on their subsequent careers, sharing their thoughts about the development and future of the game industry, and commenting on the legacies of each other’s work.
To join us live, RSVP for the event here.
Not in NYC? We’ll post this video on our Vimeo page, along with our many other lectures and game design and criticism. Our Vimeo page is here.
Poster by James Harvey.