Steven Riding

aka: Steve Riding, S. A. Riding, Steven A. Riding
Moby ID: 130555

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Steven Riding worked in the games industry since the early eighties. He started as a programmer, but also held positions such as Director of External Development for Sony Psygnosis, heading the Europe, USA and Australia acquisition and development of many world class companies to the Sony label, and Director of Strategy for Wanova, one of Europe’s top mobile games companies. He also was Studio Head a few times, like for Traveller's Tales in Oxford, a studio that he founded.

Riding passed away on February 8, 2023.


Credited on 46 games

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Super Monkey Ball Adventure (2006, PSP) Studio Manager
Call of Duty: Finest Hour (2004, PlayStation 2) Spark Unlimited Would Like to Thank
Crash Twinsanity (2004, Xbox) Traveller's Tales
Formula One 2000 (2000, PlayStation) Thanks to
Destruction Derby: Raw (2000, PlayStation) Head of External Development
Formula One 99 (1999, PlayStation) Head of External Development
Destruction Derby 64 (1999, Nintendo 64) Director of External Development
Expert Pool (1999, Windows) Thanks to
Eliminator (1999, Windows) Director of External Development
Disney•Pixar A Bug's Life (1999, Windows) Special Thanks to
Newman Haas Racing (1998, PlayStation) Executive Head Producer
Rascal (1998, PlayStation) Special Thanks to
Shadow Master (1997, PlayStation) Executive Producer
Thunder Truck Rally (1997, Windows) Head Producer
Professional Underground League of Pain (1997, PlayStation) Head Producer
Formula 1: Championship Edition (1997, PlayStation) Head of External Development
Formula 1 (1996, PlayStation) Executive Producer
Ring Cycle (1996, DOS) Executive Producer
The Adventures of Lomax (1996, PlayStation) Special Thanks to
Blue Ice (1995, Windows 3.x) Executive Producer

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