Incognito Entertainment, Inc.

Moby ID: 2248

  • Incog Inc. Entertainment (from 1999 to 2004)

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Incognito Entertainment (formerly Incog Inc.) was a games development studio based in Salt Lake City, Utah, part of SCE Studio Santa Monica. The company was composed of former members of SingleTrac Studios, who created the Jet Moto and Twisted Metal franchises for Sony.

The company was run by president and principal founder Scott Campbell, with longtime SingleTrac/Incog collaborator David Jaffe working as the producer and occasionally designer at SCEA for the team's productions.

In July 2007 Campbell and Jaffe left Incognito to found the independent studio Eat, Sleep, Play. The last game released by Incognito was Warhawk.

Four former employees founded the development studio LightBox Interactive in January 2009 and created Starhawk, the spiritual successor to Incognito's Warhawk.

Credited on 8 Games from 2001 to 2007

Warhawk (2007 on PlayStation 3)
Calling All Cars! (2007 on PlayStation 3)
Twisted Metal: Head-On (2005 on PSP)
Downhill Domination (2003 on PlayStation 2)
War of the Monsters (2003 on PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4)
Twisted Metal: Black Online (2002 on PlayStation 2)
Twisted Metal: Small Brawl (2001 on PlayStation)
Twisted Metal: Black (2001 on PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4)

History +

August 5th, 2002

Sony Computer Entertainment America acquires Incog Inc Entertainment.

September 1st, 1999

The company opens its doors for business.

May 1999

Company incorporated.

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