Also Known As
- Mike Craft
|NCAA Football 99 (1998)||(Production Assistants)|
|Tiger Woods 99 PGA Tour Golf (1998)||(Additional Testing )|
|NCAA Football 98 (1997)||(Testing)|
Michael Craft started off with Electronic Arts in January of 1997 in EA's tech support department assisting customers with getting their games to run on their PC's. Windows 95 games were just starting to come out so this was the era of making DOS boot disks.
After about 6 months Mike moved on up to the testing department and started work on NCAA Football 98 on the PlayStation. His hard work and dedication with the production staff on NCAA Football 99 on the PC earned him the title of Assistant Producer. This was the first time a tester had earned the title of Assistant Producer for any Sports title at EA.
Soon after this achievement Mike was hired into Production as Assistant Producer with Big Dog Productions working on developing new games that do not depend heavily on NFL or NHL licenses.
Last updated: Nov 26, 2008