Pressing the start button: as Gaeilge gaming legends translate games into Irish
Creator of shooter video game Doom has already translated his 1988 platform game Dangerous Dave
US gaming legends John and Brenda Romero have relocated to Ireland and are planning to translate all their new games into Irish.
John Romero, creator of shooter video games Doom, Wolfenstein and Quake, translated his 1988 platform game Dangerous Dave into Irish last month.
“It’s a trivial gesture. Ireland has been so kind to us and helping us get here. It just feels like the right thing to do,” said Brenda.
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