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Michael Weber

Also Known As

  • Gryf
  • Mike Weber

Game Credits

Production

Duke Nukem Forever (2011)   (Gearbox Sofware Is)
Borderlands (2009)   (Director of Central Development)
 

Design

Brothers in Arms: D-Day (2006)   (Historical Research)
Brothers in Arms: Earned in Blood (2005)   (Historical Research)
 

Quality Assurance

Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway (2008)   (QA Manager)
Brothers in Arms: D-Day (2006)   (Quality Assurance Leads)
Brothers in Arms: Earned in Blood (2005)   (QA Manager)
Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30 (2005)   (QA Leads)
Age of Mythology: The Titans (2003)   (Test Team)
Brute Force (2003)   (Testing)
Freelancer (2003)   (Test Team)
 

Other

Aliens: Colonial Marines (2013)   (Gearbox Software Is...)
Borderlands 2 (2012)   (Gearbox Software)
Duke Nukem Forever (2011)   (Gearbox Software Is)
Borderlands: Double Game Add-on Pack (2010)   (Central)
Borderlands: The Zombie Island of Dr. Ned (2009)   (Development)
Brothers in Arms: Hell's Highway (2008)   (Gearbox Software is:)
 


Developer Biography

His game career started with Playnet working on World War II Online. He was uniquely suited for working on the title due to his experience in the Army and a college education in aviation. The experience with Playnet laid out the future; make games.

Digital Anvil allowed him to continue to work on his passion with Freelancer and Brute Force. Sticking with Microsoft, he moved to Dallas and worked at Ensemble for Age of Mythology: The Titans before taking a position at Gearbox Software to work on Brothers in Arms: Road to Hill 30.

He has settled in at Gearbox and has worked on every title Gearbox has released since 2004 and is the Director of Central Development as of this writing (2011).

Last updated: Mar 29, 2011