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Brian Riggsbee

Game Credits

Quality Assurance

Gods & Heroes: Rome Rising (2011)   (QA Team)
Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault (2004)   (Test Lead)
Medal of Honor: Allied Assault - Breakthrough (2003)   (Testers)
 


Developer Biography

Brian Riggsbee originally entered the gaming industry in Santa Cruz California at a start-up company TKO Software while attending University of California Santa Cruz. There he tested various cellular titles and the expansion to Medal of Honor Allied Assault: Breakthrough.

After graduating from UCSC with a BA in film and digital media, Brian became a QA Lead working on Ashen Empires, an MMORPG, and was also the GM and CS lead. He then began working on Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault as the multi-player lead.

Following a mass layoff at TKO Software, Brian began working at Perpetual Entertainment in San Francisco as the QA Lead for Gods and Heroes: Rome Rising and later Star Trek Online as well.

After years at Perpetual, Brian began employment at Page 44 Studios in San Francisco. Originally brought on as an associate producer working on High School Musical 3: Senior Year DANCE! Brian moved into game design for the next project Hannah Montana: Rock Out the Show for the PSP. He continued to work as a game designer on Disney Channel All-Star Party for the Wii.

As a side project, Brian contracted as a level designer for 2013: Infected Wars, for Action Mobile Games.

Level Designer

  • 2013: Infected Wars for the iPhone & iPad

    Game Designer
  • Disney Channel All-Star Party for the Wii

    Game Designer
  • Hannah Montana: Rock Out the Show for the PSP

    Associate Producer
  • Disney’s High School Musical 3: Senior Year DANCE! for Wii, Xbox 360, PS2, & PC

    Quality Assurance Test Lead
  • Gods & Heroes: Rome Rising (MMORPG)

    Quality Assurance Test Lead
  • Multiplayer lead for Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault (EA)
  • QA, GM and CS lead for Ashen Empires (MMORPG)

    Game Tester
  • Medal of Honor: Allied Assault Breakthrough (EA) and various cellular phone titles including Gauntlet, Break Boogie Down, Tenchu: Wrath of Heaven, and Knuckle Up!.

    Last updated: Feb 05, 2013