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|Rayman Origins (2011)||(Producer)|
|Rabbids Go Home (2009)||(Producer)|
|Rayman Raving Rabbids (2006)||(Producer)|
|Titeuf: Méga compet' (2004)||(Project manager)|
|V-Rally 3 (2002)||(Project Manager)|
|Test Drive Unlimited (2007)||(Game Directors)|
|Titeuf: Méga compet' (2004)||(Design)|
|V-Rally 3 (2002)||(Lead Programming)|
|Need for Speed: Porsche Unleashed (2000)||(Lead Programmers)|
|Need for Speed: V-Rally 2 (2000)||(Original Programming)|
|V-Rally: Edition 99 (1998)||(Programming)|
Pierre-Arnaud Lambert has been working for Eden Games (Atari) since the company was founded in 1998. He then worked as a programmer trainee for V-Rally - Nintendo 64 (1998, Infogrames) in order to complete his computer engineering studies and get his degree.
After that, he worked as a developer on V-Rally 2 - PS1 (1999, Infogrames) before developing Need For Speed: Porsche (2000, Electronic Arts).
He participated in the installation of the new PS2 technology before becoming the Lead Programmer of V-Rally 3 - PS2 (2002, Atari). He was then in charge of the conversions for Xbox, GameCube and PC.
He worked as the Game Director for Titeuf méga-compet' - PS2 and PC - a French comic license (2004, Atari). He had to train a new Game Team within Eden Games, hiring people among the two existing teams and also new recruits.
He worked also as the Game Director for Test Drive Unlimited - Xbox 360 (2006, Atari).
He left the company (Eden Games, Atari) at the beginning of 2006 in order to work for UbiSoft (Ubi Pictures in Montpellier). He worked as the Producer for Rayman Raving Rabbids - Wii and PS2 (2006, UbiSoft).
Currently he is the Producer for a new UbiSoft game planned for the end of 2008.
Last updated: Apr 10, 2007