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Richard Beston

Game Credits

Production

MTV Sports: Skateboarding (2000)   (Producer)
MTV Sports: Skateboarding featuring Andy Macdonald (2000)   (Producers)
Test Drive 5 (1998)   (Project Manager)
 

Design

Alien³ (1992)   (Mapping)
 

Art/Graphics

Need for Speed: Carbon - Own the City (2006)   (Additional Art)
Need for Speed Underground 2 (2004)   (Art Team)
Need for Speed Underground 2 (2004)   (Art Team)
Need for Speed Underground (2003)   (Art Team)
MTV Sports: Skateboarding (2000)   (Artists)
MTV Sports: Skateboarding featuring Andy Macdonald (2000)   (Artists)
Test Drive 5 (1998)   (Photography)
Test Drive 4 (1997)   (Artists)
Thunder Truck Rally (1997)   (Graphics)
Destruction Derby 2 (1996)   (Artists)
Allan Border's Cricket (1993)   (Graphics by)
Battle Cars (1993)   (Graphics)
Bram Stoker's Dracula (1993)   (Graphic Artists)
Cliffhanger (1993)   (Artists)
European Champions (1993)   (Artwork)
Alien³ (1992)   (Graphics)
Ninja Rabbits (1991)   (Graphics)
World Class Rugby (1991)   (Graphics)
Arcade Fruit Machine (1990)   (Graphics by)
Blinkys Scary School (1990)   (Graphics)
Edd the Duck! (1990)   (Graphics)
World Soccer (1990)   (Graphics)
Fantastic Soccer (1989)   (Graphics)
Kenny Dalglish Soccer Manager (1989)   (Graphics)
Mountain Bike Racer (1989)   (Graphics)
Jocky Wilson's Darts Challenge (1988)   (Grafix)
Ninja Commando (1988)   (Graphics)
 

Audio

Destruction Derby 2 (1996)   (Music (JUG))
 

Thanks

International Sports Challenge (1992)   (Thanks Go to)
Krusty's Fun House (1992)   (Special Thanks to)
 


Developer Biography

Richard Beston co-founded the UK game development studio Darkblack Ltd in the summer of 1998. When the company was forced to close in 2002, he took along most of the team at a new company HotHead Studios. It was however short-lived, as it was both opened and closed in 2003.

He moved on to the company Pocketeers, doing art for Electronic Arts for several Nintendo DS games in the Need for Speed series.

After that, he left the videogame industry and became a tattoo artist with his own company Sunderland studio.

Last updated: Jan 24, 2009