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4x4 Evo 2 (GameCube)

56
MobyRank
100 point score based on reviews from various critics.
2.2
MobyScore
5 point score based on user ratings.

4x4 Evo 2 Credits

Created By Terminal Reality

ProducerJohn O'Keefe
Lead ProgrammerAllen Bogue
ProgrammingChris Bream, Jennifer Goss, John Marzulli, Kiu Pau, Mark Randel, Nathan Rausch, Craig Reichard, Paul Russell, Daniel Young
Lead ArtistBrian Stevens
ArtChuck Carson, Andrew Billups, Grant Gosler, Greg Saxon, Jason Sussman
Additional ArtChris DeSimone, David Haber, Mario Merino, Nathan Reinhardt, Terry Simmons
Level DesignDavid Glasscock, Ally Kates, Rick Keen
MusicKyle Richards
Sound EffectsKyle Richards
Voice ActingDameon Clarke
Intro MoviePeter Besson
Director of Business OperationsBrett Evan Russell
LicensingBrendan Goss
PRDrew Haworth, Andrew Hoolan
House MomMarilyn Webb
Quality Assurance ManagerPaul Eckstein
Testing LeadsTatum Tippett, Tim Tischler
Internal Beta TestersChris Dunkle, Immanuel Salas, Marc Phillips, Shannon D. Dees

GameCube Port Team

ProducerBrendan Goss
Lead ProgrammerCraig Reichard
ProgrammersRobert Minnis, Jeffrey Wilkinson
Lead ArtistDavid Haber
ArtistMario Merino
Principle SponsorsTony Curless (ARB/IPF/OME), Bob Richmond (Warn), Alex Cates (Stillen), John Dambrose (Simpson Racing Products)
SponsorsSteve Richardson (Courtesy Nissan of Texas), www.xterraparts.com, Eric Kootte (Skid Row Automotive), David Harriton (American Expedition Vehicles), Dave Cole (Rancho Alcoa), Scott Gladstone (Sparco), Warren Guidry (Interco), Larry Convile (Skyjacker Suspensions), Mike Volodarsky (Automotive Customizers), Paul Barneby (K&N), Steven M. Kramer (Calmini), Steve - Wrangler Power Products, Keith ‑ Fabritron, Pat Willson (Centerforce Clutches), Milan Garrett (Champion Wheels), Mike Lizama (Optima Batteries), Ron Vanderslice (Ramsey Winch), Lisa Chissus (Flex-a-lite), Jennifer Quon (Alpine Electronics)
Special Thanks toNorth Texas Nissan, David Harriton (for the box picture and load screens), Tony Curless (for knowing everyone in the industry), Wendy Martin (for turning our project truck into reality), Yah-te-hay Truck accessories for building the project truck, WARN - for inviting us to SEMA, Steven Turney, ‑Mudpie‑, Steven Chin (Pictures of the Chevrolet K5 Blazer)
Special thanks to the following DealershipsNorth Texas Nissan, Randy Ferguson (Lewisville Mitsubishi), Park Place Lexus, Clint Hanson (Toyota of Plano), Joseph Turner (Bankstone Nissan of Lewisville), Bledsoe Dodge of Dallas - Roy and Danny, Huffines Dodge of Lewisville - Fred, Brian Fogle, Joseph Landers (James Wood Auto Park)
Special thanks to the entire Herzog Motorsports TeamDon Tebbe, Brian Miller

Other Games

In addition to this game, the following people are listed as working on other games. No more than 25 people are listed here, even if there are more than 25 people who have also worked on other games.

Steven M. Kramer, 29 other games
Mark Randel, 28 other games
Kyle Richards, 27 other games
Drew Haworth, 22 other games
Paul Eckstein, 21 other games
Daniel Young, 20 other games
Dameon Clarke, 19 other games
Chuck Carson, 18 other games
Allen Bogue, 16 other games
Robert Minnis, 16 other games
John O'Keefe, 15 other games
David Glasscock, 14 other games
Nathan Rausch, 14 other games
Terry Simmons, 13 other games
David Haber, 13 other games
Jason Sussman, 12 other games
Steven Chin, 12 other games
Brendan Goss, 11 other games
Nathan Reinhardt, 11 other games
Tatum Tippett, 11 other games
Paul Russell, 10 other games
Brian Stevens, 10 other games
Brett Evan Russell, 10 other games
Jeffrey Wilkinson, 10 other games
Ally Kates, 10 other games

Collaborations

People who have worked on this game have also collaborated on the creation of the following games:

4x4 Evo, a group of 32 people
Fly! II, a group of 24 people
BloodRayne, a group of 23 people
RoadKill, a group of 21 people
Blair Witch, Volume I: Rustin Parr, a group of 16 people
Blowout, a group of 15 people
Ghostbusters: The Video Game, a group of 13 people
Fly! 2K, a group of 12 people
Fly!, a group of 12 people
Fly!: Piper and Cessna in San Francisco - Special Edition*, a group of 12 people
Re-Mission, a group of 12 people
BloodRayne 2, a group of 11 people
Kinect Star Wars, a group of 11 people
Nocturne, a group of 11 people
SpyHunter: Nowhere to Run, a group of 10 people
Monster Truck Madness 2, a group of 9 people
The Walking Dead: Survival Instinct, a group of 9 people
Metal Slug Anthology, a group of 7 people
Hellbender, a group of 7 people
CART Precision Racing, a group of 7 people
Monster Truck Madness, a group of 6 people
Samurai Shodown Anthology, a group of 6 people
The King of Fighters Collection: The Orochi Saga, a group of 6 people
Æon Flux, a group of 6 people
SNK Arcade Classics Vol. 1, a group of 6 people

Credits for this game were contributed by quizzley7 (21205) and Patrick Bregger (116106)