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Tricia Gray

Also Known As

  • Trish Gray

Game Credits


FlatOut (2004)   (Empire USA)
Vegas Tycoon (2003)   (Empire USA)


Ford Racing 3 (2004)   (Empire USA)


Hellgate: London (2007)   (American Players)

Quality Assurance

Swagman (1997)   (Lead Tester)
Cool Boarders (1996)   (Analysts)
The Legend of Oasis (1996)   (Assistant Leads)
Motor Toon Grand Prix (1996)   (Analyst)
Panzer Dragoon II: Zwei (1996)   (Testers)
Power F1 (1996)   (QA)
Three Dirty Dwarves (1996)   (Testers)
Arena: Maze of Death (1995)   (Testers)


Betrayer (2013)   (Marketing)
Hellgate: London (2007)   (Director of Global Marketing)
Antz Extreme Racing (2002)   (Marketing)
Ian Livingstone's Deathtrap Dungeon (1998)   (Marketing Support (Eidos))
Tomb Raider: Gold (1998)   (Marketing Support)
Fighting Force (1997)   (Marketing Support)
Tomb Raider II (1997)   (Marketing Support)

Public Relations

Mega Man: Legacy Collection (2015)   (Public Relations)
Warhammer: The End Times - Vermintide (2015)   (Plan of Attack (External PR Agency))
Canyon Capers (2014)   (Plan of Attack)
Betrayer (2013)   (Public Relations)
Hellgate: London (2007)   (Director of Global Press Relations)
Big Mutha Truckers (2003)   (PR)
Ford Racing 2 (2003)   (PR Manager)
Ghost Master (2003)   (PR Banshee (US))
Antz Extreme Racing (2002)   (PR)
Tomb Raider II: Gold (1999)   (Marketing Support)
Commandos: Behind Enemy Lines (1998)   (US PR Team)
Dominion: Storm Over Gift 3 (1998)   (PR)
Final Fantasy VII (1998)   (Public Relations)
Ian Livingstone's Deathtrap Dungeon (1998)   (Marketing Support)
Ninja: Shadow of Darkness (1998)   (Marketing Support)
Thief: The Dark Project (1998)   (Public Relations)
Tomb Raider III: Adventures of Lara Croft (1998)   (Marketing Support)
Fighting Force (1997)   (Marketing Support)


Rochard (2011)   (Recoil Thanks)
Bad Boys: Miami Takedown (2004)   (Emipre US Office Special Thanks)
Bubble Bobble Old & New (2002)   (Special Thanks)
Total Immersion Racing (2002)   (Special thanks)
Grand Theft Auto: London - Special Edition (2000)   (Special Thanks to)
Grand Theft Auto: Mission Pack #1 - London 1969 (1999)   (Special Thanks to)
Grand Theft Auto: Mission Pack #2 - London 1961 (1999)   (Special Thanks to)
Gangsters: Organized Crime (1998)   (The Gang would like to thank)


#IDARB (2015)   (#IDARB)
Star Trek Online (2010)   (Team)
Champions Online (2009)   (Cryptic Studios)
Hellgate: London (2007)   (Flagship Studios & Ping0)
Ford Racing 3 (2004)   (Empire USA)
Mashed: Drive to Survive (2004)   (Empire USA)
Ford Racing 2 (2003)   (Empire USA)
Starsky & Hutch (2003)   (Empire USA)

Developer Biography

Tricia Gray started to work on games in 1995 as a host and writer for a TV show called Video Games Slams, and then started her career in the gaming industry at the bottom rung of the ladder, serving as a Q/A tester at SEGA of America. She quickly moved up to Sony's 1st-party Evaluation group testing games like Twisted Metal, as well as fighting to bring projects like PaRappa the Rapper to the U.S.

Showing a talent for evaluating a product's marketability, Tricia moved to Eidos as a producer and then quickly joined their public relations department. She became not only an advocate for Eidos' games, but also served as the personal representative of Ms. Lara Croft.

Her work at Eidos came to the attention of Terry Donovan who convinced her to leave San Francisco and move to NYC to launch his new company, Rockstar Games. Soon realizing that she was too Californian and too Southern for the vertical jungle of the Big Apple, she returned home to the SF Bay Area and successfully launched

Tricia then jumped to the other side of the PR fence and became the West Coast Editor for Computer Games Magazine. Missing the fast pace of the PR life, however, she later joined Empire Interactive to help re-invent their image in North America. Although Trisha vowed this would be her last job in the games industry, she made a connection with the crew at Flagship Studios and was re-energized by the thoughts of what a gaming company could accomplish.

Last updated: Mar 02, 2006