Brent Erickson

Moby ID: 1082

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Before Media Technology's entertainment division Bethesda was bought by ZeniMax in 2001, Brent Erickson headed up the Washington state office of Media Technology.

Brent was founder of Flashpoint Productions which was purchased by Bethesda Softworks in 1995.

In addition, Brent has produced games for Electronic Arts, Sega and Access Software before joining Bethesda. He had a part in the development of over 70 software titles including award winning Burnout, Martian Memorandum, Mean Streets and the golf simulation Links.

Credited on 30 games

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Among the Sleep (2014, Windows) Our Lovely Backers
Mean Streets + Martian Memorandum (2009, Windows) Programming
The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind - Game of the Year Edition (2003, Windows) Special Thanks to
The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind (Collector's Edition) (2002, Windows) Special Thanks to
The Elder Scrolls III: Morrowind (2002, Windows) Special Thanks To
Disney•Pixar Monsters, Inc. (2002, PlayStation 2) Lead Software Engineer
IHRA Drag Racing 2 (2002, PlayStation 2) Design
Echelon (2001, Windows) Special Thanks to
IHRA Motorsports (2001, Windows) Design
Sea Dogs (2000, Windows) Producers
NIRA: Intense Import Drag Racing (1999, Windows) Design/Producer
The Elder Scrolls Adventures: Redguard (1998, Windows) Special Thanks To
Burnout: Championship Drag Racing (1998, DOS) Design
XCar: Experimental Racing (1997, DOS) Producer
SkyNET (1996, DOS) Production (Video)
PBA Bowling (1995, Windows) Game Design
Golf Magazine presents 36 Great Holes starring Fred Couples (1995, SEGA 32X) Design
Noctropolis (1994, DOS) Design
Martian Memorandum (1991, DOS) Producer
Countdown (1990, DOS) Created and designed by

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