Aitor Roda is a game developer who started his career in the industry in 2001, participating in the public beta testing of PCFutbol Online, the non-born Dinamic Multimedia last videogame. In 2004 he joined Electronic Arts as localization tester, working abroad in the company biggest studio in Vancouver, Canada, and as a main tester on Total Club Manager, FIFA 2005 (PSP - unreleased), Need for Speed Underground: Rivals (NDS & PSP) and other games like FIFA Street, Champions League and SSX 3 (N-Gage).
During Spring 2005 he received an invitation to join the Pro Cycling Manager 2005 beta test being an active member on the cycling community, creating contents for the game from the official Spanish website and participating year after year in the beta testing of the game as well as doing the translation and localization.
In 2007 he also cooperated with Friendware, the Spanish publisher of the game arranging special material for the game.
In March 2008 he joined Cyanide Studio as a Game Designer, working on the late design of the 2008 version of Pro Cycling Manager and credited with the concept for the company Free-to-play titles Tour de France Online, La Vuelta Online and later on Cycling Manager Online. In 2011 he was credited as Lead Game Designer in the new game Le Tour de France for PS3 and Xbox 360.
After joining Konami in 2013, he has been credited in the Pro Evolution Soccer franchise for the 2014, 2015 and 2016 editions under the UK Division section.
Last updated: Nov 08, 2015