Raven Software

A quarter-century is the equivalent of an eon in the tumultuous video game industry, but Raven Software is still soaring. Co-founder Brian Raffel recently discussed the highs, lows and unexpected twists of the Madison-based company’s first 25 years. more



Ryan Wisniewski

If you've been near a television or computer screen in the last month, if you're the parent of a male teenager, or if you're prone to clutching a game controller, you've probably been assaulted by ads for "Call of Duty: Ghosts", the 10th and latest i more


In the 10-plus years since Activision acquired it, Middleton-based Raven Software has been the very definition of a good solider, doing a bang-up job on the company's licensed franchises ("X-Men Wolverine: Origins", "Wolfenstein") while back-burnerin more


Middleton's Raven Software made its name developing PC and then next-generation games bearing familiar names, from "Star Wars" to "X-Men" and "Quake". This year, Raven got its hands on one of the most valued series in gaming and has delivered one of more


Raven Software in Middleton has been putting together great PC and console games for years, including several titles based on Marvel comics characters. This fourth title, based on the clawed Wolverine from the X-Men comic series, arrives concurrent w more


It's Christmas in July for gamers, as the video game industry holds the annual E3 Media and Business Summit this week in Los Angeles. Developers showcase and promote their latest releases to retailers and gaming media at the tradeshow, as well as ann more

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Kenneth Burns

When it comes to bringing in high-technology employees, the Badger State can be a tough sell. "There's this vision that Wisconsin is Siberia," said Keith Fuller, a producer at Middleton-based video game studio Raven Software. more