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John Botti

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John Botti graduate from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology with a Bachelor of Science in Computer Science/EE and Film Making.

John spent four years at MIT's Media Lab shooting short videos and films, and developing "Lost In Paradise", an interactive laser disc adventure game based in Puerto Rico. After graduating in 1990, John relocated to Los Angeles where he programmed on contract projects for NEC and SEGA. He then went on to become the Lead Programmer for Virgin Games for such titles as Robocop vs. The Terminator for the Sega Genesis.

Today John is President and CEO of Black Ops and acquires all of the projects for the company and Executive Produces all titles in development.

Credited on 20 games

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AND 1 Streetball (2006 on PlayStation 2) Performance / Facial Mocap Director
Fugitive Hunter: War on Terror (2004 on Windows) Motion Capture Production Director
The X-Files: Resist or Serve (2004 on PlayStation 2) Executive Producer
Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines (2003 on PlayStation 2) Video Edit Team / Location Photographers
Street Hoops (2002 on PlayStation 2) 24-hr Video Edit Team
Knockout Kings 2002 (2002 on PlayStation 2) Executive Producer
Knockout Kings 2001 (2001 on PlayStation 2) Producer
007: The World is Not Enough (2000 on PlayStation) Executive Producer
NCAA March Madness 2000 (1999 on PlayStation) Executive Producer
Knockout Kings 2000 (1999 on Nintendo 64) President
007: Tomorrow Never Dies (1999 on PlayStation) CEO
Warpath: Jurassic Park (1999 on PlayStation) Executive Producer
Treasures of the Deep (1997 on PlayStation) Video Editor
Black Dawn (1996 on PlayStation) Engine Build Tools
Agile Warrior: F-111X (1995 on PlayStation) Lead Game Programmer
Demolition Man (1994 on 3DO) Special Thanks
Cool Spot (1993 on Genesis) Special Thanks to
RoboCop versus The Terminator (1993 on Genesis) Director
It Came from the Desert (1992 on TurboGrafx CD) Tunnel, Queen, and Antdroid Games Programmed By
The Lost Ark of the Covenant (1984 on Apple II) By

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John Botti
President & CEO
Black Ops Entertainment

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