|Freestyle MetalX (2003)||(Assistant Producers)|
|RedCard 20-03 (2002)||(Assistant Producers)|
|Squeeballs Party (2009)||(Testing)|
|BWii: Battalion Wars 2 (2007)||(Lead QA)|
|REALPLAY Golf (2007)||(Quality Assurance)|
|REALPLAY Pool (2007)||(Quality Assurance)|
|REALPLAY Puzzlesphere (2007)||(Quality Assurance)|
|REALPLAY Racing (2007)||(Quality Assurance)|
|OutRun 2006: Coast 2 Coast (2006)||(Standards Technicians)|
|Super Monkey Ball Adventure (2006)||(Standards Testers)|
|Championship Manager 5 (2005)||(QA Testers)|
|Shadow the Hedgehog (2005)||(TRC Specialists)|
|Yakuza (2005)||(TRC Specialist)|
|Catwoman (2004)||(QA Testers)|
Imran Yusuf started his career in the videogames industry at Midway Games in 2000. Since then, he has bounced around the industry from Argonaut, Black Cactus, THQ Wireless, Eidos, SEGA Europe, Kuju London, and In2games now Performance Designed Products.
Imran sometimes offers consultancy as a freelance Video Games Consultant and can provide adhoc crack squads of QA to get your title out the door but can now be seen on TV as a Stand-Up Comedian (www.imranyusuf.com).
If you've ever had the privilege of working with this cat, you'll know of the legendary mass SPAM e-mails, the deftly planned "Shenmue III" ownage, the "Revolution Design Docs" prank, post-it note under the mouse wind-ups, and the very serious fear-inducing instant messenger identity fraud prank. The illustrious SFII banter with Hanley, the almost fatal softball in Kensington park with wolverine incident, being the best masseur in the entire world, the almost fatal Nintendo Vs SEGA argument with Bandac, penne arrabiata with coke (no lemon, no ice), the "calamari accident", "Spaniel Chat", "the searing hot sun", that anime drawing that he always draws of himself, the headline game, the poaching of Nicky, his megaton laugh and the legendary food order e-mails during the intense OT on BW2.
One in a million, with a million to one shot, you’ll either love him or hate him.
Last updated: Mar 27, 2011