Tecmo, initially a supplier of cleaning equipment and now best known for Ninja Gaiden and Dead or Alive, was founded on this day in 1967!

Gary Noden

Game Credits

Programming/Engineering

Die Hard Trilogy (1996)   (Graphics / 3D Programming)
 

Art/Graphics

Judge Dredd (1995)   (Render Artists)
Hurricanes (1994)   (Graphics by)
World Cup Golf: Hyatt Dorado Beach (1994)   (Additional Graphics)
 

Video/Cinematics

Batman & Robin (1998)   (FMV Artists)
The Fantastic Four (1997)   (FMV Team)
Bubble Bobble also featuring Rainbow Islands (1996)   (FMV Artwork & Design)
Die Hard Trilogy (1996)   (Die Harder Rendering)
Hexen: Beyond Heretic (1995)   (FMV Sequences)
 


Developer Biography

Gary Noden has been working as a 3D Animator since 1993 initially for a company called Arc Developments in Walsall, West Midlands and then joining Probe in Croydon in 1995. He contributed to such games at "Alien Trilogy","Die Hard Trilogy" as well as the "Forsaken" FMV sequence - all for Acclaim.

About a year after Acclaim took over Probe, the whole FMV department were made redundant due to cost cutting.

Since then Gary has worked in the television and film industry firstly for "Electric Image" where he is credited with working on the major box office hit "Lost In Space" and after six months freelancing is now a Senior 3D Animator at "Eye Animation" in London and has worked on commercials such as "Milky Way Magic Stars", "Royal Bank of Scotland", "Starburst ", "The Link", "Huggies", and is currently working on the idents for 2001 for "UKGOLD"

(autobio 21/11/00)

Last updated: Nov 21, 2000