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William Robinson

Also Known As

  • W. D. Robinson

Game Credits

Business

Men in Black II: Alien Escape (2002)   (PUBLICATIONS MANAGER)
Test Drive 2001 (2000)   (Creative Services)
 

Writers

The Matrix Online (2005)   (Additional Development, Writer)
 

Marketing

Test Drive 6 (1999)   (Documentation)
 

Public Relations

World of Outlaws: Sprint Car Racing 2002 (2002)   (Publications Manager)
Driver 2 (2000)   (Publication Manager)
 

Creative Services

Neverwinter Nights (2002)   (Publications Manager)
Alone in the Dark: The New Nightmare (2001)   (Publications Manager)
Motor Mayhem (2001)   (Publications Manager)
Test Drive: Off-Road - Wide Open (2001)   (Publications Manager)
TransWorld SURF (2001)   (Publications Manager)
Demolition Racer (1999)   (Documentation)
Redline (1999)   (Manual Design)
Silver (1999)   (Manual (US))
Test Drive 6 (1999)   (Documentation)
Test Drive: Off-Road 3 (1999)   (Documentation)
Big Air (1998)   (Documentation)
Deadlock II: Shrine Wars (1998)   (Manual Layout)
HardBall 6 (1998)   (Documentation Layout)
Jack Nicklaus 5 (1998)   (Documentation)
Millennium Soldier: Expendable (1998)   (US Documentation)
Test Drive 5 (1998)   (Documentation)
Test Drive: Off-Road 2 (1998)   (Documentation)
Test Drive 4 (1997)   (Documentation)
Test Drive: Off-Road (1997)   (Documentation)
Bubsy 3D (1996)   (Manual Production)
Deadlock: Planetary Conquest (1996)   (Documentation)
Eradicator (1996)   (Manual Creation)
Star Control 3 (1996)   (Manual Production)
HardBall 5 (1995)   (Manual Editing)
PO'ed (1995)   (Manual)
Super Bubsy (1995)   (Documentation)
Star Control II (1992)   (Online Manual Adaptation)
 

Other

Stuntman (2002)   (Publications Manager)
 


Developer Biography

In 1996, W.D. "Bill" Robinson became the documentation manager for Accolade, Inc., writing and overseeing the production of every end-user manual for every SKU created. Robinson was the first writer/editor to create documentation that passed through SCEA's notoriously tough editorial checkpoints with the manual for the PlayStation game HardBall 6.

When Accolade was acquired by Infogrames in 1999, Robinson became publications manager, charged with documentation for games produced in the Western United States, until his departure from the company in mid-2002.

Last updated: Sep 07, 2012