I have eaten a lot of venison in my time, and I have NEVER tired of it. Fixing a venison roast is not much different than cooking a beef roast other than the venison will have substantially less "fat" than the beef. Therefore, you need to compensate by oiling the roast and frequently basting it with a liquid (whether that be wine, broth, or whatever).
Having lived in Arkansas for a number of years, venison was almost a staple in our family’s diet.
As far as a "gamey" taste, that is difficult to judge since everyone’s taste buds are apparently not in tune with one another. Obviously, venison taste different than beef (at least to me), but it also taste different than bison meat. So, if "gamey" is a "bad" connotation then I would say venison (properly handled and prepared) is NOT gamey. If "gamey" means "different" then I would say yes, venison is "different" than beef.
That’s because most whitetails never learned to MOO! [;)]