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David Stiner

Also Known As

  • DJ Stiner

Game Credits

Production

Guild Wars: Eye of the North (2007)   (Producers)
 

Programming/Engineering

Sly 2: Band of Thieves (2004)   (Sucker Punch Productions Team)
 

Quality Assurance

Bejeweled Blitz Live (2011)   (Quality Assurance)
Bejeweled 3 (2010)   (QA Manager)
Battleship (2009)   (QA Manager)
Zuma's Revenge! (2009)   (QA Manager)
Guild Wars: Factions (2006)   (QA)
Guild Wars: Nightfall (2006)   (Quality Assurance)
Rocket: Robot on Wheels (1999)   (Quality Assurance)
 

Thanks

Allegiance (2000)   (Special Thanks To)
 

Other

Sly 3: Honor Among Thieves (2005)   (Sucker Punch Productions)
Sly Cooper and the Thievius Raccoonus (2002)   (Sly Cooper Team)
 


Developer Biography

David Stiner has mostly worked in a role involving quality assurance, with a couple stints as a producer.

He has worked in the video game industry since his entry to it in 1998 at Nintendo before moving on to such companies as Sierra, and Microsoft Games all of which were as a contractor.

He earned his first full time position working on Rocket: Robot on Wheels at Sucker Punch Productions. Many years later after the third installment on the Sly Cooper series he moved onto ArenaNet, Inc. where he worked on several expansion for Guild Wars, Eye of the Nightfall and Eye of the North being the first time he took the role as a producer.

He then left to join some Sucker Punch expats at Loose Cannon Studios who were purchased by PopCap Games, Inc.. Shortly after PopCap Games, Inc. was bought by EA, he left to join some ArenaNet expats at Undead Labs just before the release of State of Decay.

Last updated: Mar 11, 2014