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Industry veteran John Romero, best known for his work at id Software as a designer for Wolfenstein 3D, Doom and Quake and later as the creator of Daikatana, believes PC and mobile are dominating console platforms through price but can’t really see the new wave of VR gaining much traction with most players.
Speaking to GamesIndustry.biz at the Strong National Museum of Play in Rochester, New York, at an event marking the addition of his old Apple II Plus computer to the museum's permanent eGameRevolution exhibit, Romero shared his thoughts on how free-to-play continues to shake up the industry.