Masters of Doom: How Two Guys Created an Empire and Transformed Pop Culture

Masters of Doom

Authors: David Kushner,

Violent video games are not an escape. With his gifted talent, Kushner illustrates the trauma that triggered two young, motivated and wild geniuses to create one of the most violent video game franchises as a means of expressing their frustration and fury. A game that changed the world, only to come back and tear its creators apart at the peak of their career.

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