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Bruce Rogers

Game Credits


City of Heroes (Deluxe Edition) (2005)   (Management-Team)
City of Villains (2005)   (Management Team)
City of Heroes (2004)   (Management Team)


City of Heroes (Deluxe Edition) (2005)   (Programming)
City of Villains (2005)   (Programming Department)
City of Heroes (2004)   (Programming)
San Francisco Rush 2049: Special Edition (2003)   (Support Software)
Gauntlet: Dark Legacy (2000)   (Additional Programming)
San Francisco Rush 2049 (1999)   (Support Software)
War: Final Assault (1999)   (Programming)
Gauntlet: Legends (1998)   (Programmers)
Mace: The Dark Age (1997)   (Lead Programmer)
San Francisco Rush: The Rock - Alcatraz Edition (1997)   (Software)
San Francisco Rush: Extreme Racing (1996)   (Software)
Wayne Gretzky's 3D Hockey (1996)   (Support Programmers)

Quality Assurance

Saints Row (2006)   (Testers)
The Punisher (2005)   (Volition QA Department)
Brute Force (2003)   (Testing)
Freelancer (2003)   (Test Team)


Neverwinter (2013)   (Special Thanks)


Neverwinter (2013)   (Special Thanks)
Star Trek Online (2010)   (Team)
Champions Online (2009)   (Cryptic Studios)

Developer Biography

As a sophomore at the University of California at Davis, where he earned a Bachelor of Science degree in computer science and electrical engineering, Bruce Rogers was already on contract writing games in assembly language. At Atari Games, Bruce led programming teams to deliver products such as the original, coin-op version of Mace: The Dark AgeĀ® and War: Final AssaultĀ®. Bruce also completed ports of Mace to the PC and War to the Dreamcast in a matter of weeks through his individual efforts. Since joining Cryptic, Bruce designed and refined the engine that powers City of Heroes and City of Villains. He continues to refine Cryptic's proprietary game engine, train new programmers, and improve the internal tool chain that helps make Cryptic a leading developer.

Last updated: Mar 11, 2008