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Aaron Brady

Game Credits

Programming/Engineering

City of Villains (2005)   (Programming Department)
Atari: 80 Classic Games in One! (2003)   (Interface Programming)
NASCAR 2000 (1999)   (Programming Team)
 

Audio

ESPN Major League Baseball (2004)   (Audio Programmer)
 

Other

Star Trek Online (2010)   (Team)
Champions Online (2009)  
 


Developer Biography

Aaron grew up in the nouveau-riche burbs' of Davis, most notable for its pungent smell of cow dung and tomatoes in the summer. An exceptional athlete, Aaron played several sports, including: water polo, swimming, jujitsu, soccer, baseball and countless others. One of his many talents learned through these endeavors were earning the ire of authority figures and avoiding well aimed, hurtling objects.

His love for video games was ignited by such classic RPGs such as Dragon Warrior, the Final Fantasy series and, to some extent, The Goonies. He would sometimes diverge form this path and excel in games like TMNT, F-Zero and Metroid.

While growing up in Davis, he was followed by a motley crew of misfits, especially notable is his half-Jewish friend Jake, who suffered from an identity crisis and a lack of direction. Who, in a twist of fate preceded Aaron at the University of California at San Diego where he picked up his sterling skills in coding.

This has been a written by a source whose memories might be hazy from a cocktail of beer, liquor and several Schedule I and II pharmaceuticals. In some way, he knows the subject. (But it isn't him, I swear)

Last updated: Jun 09, 2006