Talk:John Romero

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Hey guys - I've been working at Midway Games in San Diego since October 2003. The Monkeystone web page is very out of date and Monkeystone isn't even in operation anymore - we shut it down 2 months ago. I'm working on Gauntlet for PS2,XBOX and PC right now. Search the web and you'll see. --Romero

I'll post a message on the talk page of Monkeystone Games to this comment, but I doubt very many people watch that article. So it may be a while until someone gets around to updating it. I might get around to it sometime, but time is sparse.
BTW, I added your sig to the post above, but you should do it whenever you post a comment. You can do this with 3 or 4 tildes (~~~ or ~~~~). The latter is generally preferred, since it also leaves a timestamp. :-) Frecklefoot | Talk 16:32, Mar 22, 2005 (UTC)

Big Blue Disks[edit]

Five of the entries in the Games table are "Big Blue Disk #XX". These aren't games, but issues of a disk magazine. According to Mobygames, Romero was a contributor, but it's not clear what his contribution was. If he wrote a game, then it should be listed instead of the disk number. If he didn't write a game, but instead helped produce the issue, then they shouldn't be listed as games. Dgpop (talk) 02:15, 14 January 2017 (UTC)

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