David L. Craddock’s new book — Break Out: How the Apple II Launched the PC Gaming Revolution — contains a number of stories about Richard Garriott and Origin Systems. Here are three of them.
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Richard Garriott’s mother, Helen Walker Garriott, has passed away.
If you want to see the machine that Akalabeth was programmed on, you’ll need to head to a museum in Austin, Texas.
GamesBeat sat down with Richard Garriott at Gamelab Barcelona for a wide-ranging interview about his life and his career in game development.
Richard Garriott’s former mansion, Britannia Manor II, has been demolished by its new owner.
Gamespot talks to Richard Garriott and Warren Spector about their mentorship of key players at Arkane Studios.
Richard Garriott will be one of the speakers (and the recipient of the Honorary Award) at Gamelab Barcelona next month.
Portalarium may explore console ports of Shroud of the Avatar at some point, if Richard Garriott gets his way.
He’ll be receiving their Honorary Award later this year, in June.
Richard Garriott is selling his property on the shores of Lake Austin.
Goldenflame Dragon has made available the script for the play – a compressed story of the Ultima series – that he wrote for the Ultima Dragons 25th Anniversary Bash.
Richard Garriott discusses the difficulty Origin Systems had when pitching the concept of Ultima Online to EA.
Slashing Dragon has released a new version of Ananias, after attending both GDC and the Ultima Dragons 25th Anniversary Bash.
Richard Garriott has officially joined the UDIC, taking for himself the name Splut Dragon.