Neil C. Young
Moby ID: 1770
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Neil Young is the co-founder of the iPhone publisher ng: moco. Before the announcement of the company in June 2008, it was already clear he had left Electronic Arts, the company where he had worked for more than a decade.
Young joined EA in 1997, where he ran the ORIGIN Systems, Inc. studio in Austin, Texas with Ultima Online. After that, he created and executive-produced Majestic, one of the first PC games to incorporate ARG (Alternate Reality Game) elements.
In 2002, Young helped overlook The Sims birthplace in Maxis as General Manager where he was responsible for delivering The Sims 2. In 2002 and 2003, Young led EA Redwood Shores on the development of the first two Lord of the Rings games – The Two Towers and The Return of the King. He became studio head at Electronic Arts Los Angeles in 2004 as Vice President and General Manager and most recently he oversaw EA Blueprint, an endeavor to lower cost content with smaller teams based on original intellectual property. The last project he was involved in with EA was LMNO, the cancelled game designed together with Steven Spielberg.
Credited on 88 games
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|The Sims 2: Ultimate Collection (2014, Windows)||Maxis Studio General Managers|
|Dante's Inferno (2010, PlayStation 3)||Special Thanks|
|Rolando (2008, iPhone)||Special Thanks|
|Spore (2008, Windows)||VP, Blueprint Studio|
|Spore Creature Creator (2008, Windows)||VP, Blueprint Studio|
|Boom Blox (2008, Wii)||Special Thanks|
|Smarty Pants (2007, Wii)||Executive Producer|
|MySims (2007, Wii)||Special Thanks|
|Medal of Honor: Airborne (2007, Xbox 360)||EALA General Manager|
|Command & Conquer 3: Tiberium Wars (2007, Xbox 360)||To Everyone at EALA for Their Support, Especially|
|Medal of Honor: Vanguard (2007, PlayStation 2)||Special Thanks|
|The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth II - The Rise of the Witch-king (2006, Windows)||EALA|
|The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth II (Collector's Edition) (2006, Windows)||Special Thanks|
|The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth II (2006, Windows)||To everyone at EALA for their support, especially|
|Infected (2005, PSP)||Very Special Thanks|
|The Sims 2: University (2005, Windows)||Maxis Studio General Managers|
|The Lord of the Rings: The Battle for Middle-earth (2004, Windows)||EALA General Manager|
|The Urbz: Sims in the City (2004, Game Boy Advance)||Special Thanks|
|The Urbz: Sims in the City (2004, PlayStation 2)||Special Thanks|
|Medal of Honor: Pacific Assault (2004, Windows)||Special Thanks|
[ full credits ]
- 22 games with Chris McFarland
- 22 games with Noah Tool
- 22 games with Paul Shoener
- 21 games with Lisa Marcinko
- 20 games with Bing Gordon
- 20 games with Bijan Shaheer
- 19 games with Paul Moore
- 19 games with David Fries
- 19 games with Stephen Clarke-Willson
- 17 games with Adam Ryan
- 43 games with Virgin Interactive...
- 28 games with Electronic Arts, Inc.
- 20 games with Avalon Interactive
- 18 games with Electronic Arts GmbH
- 14 games with Electronic Arts Ltd.
- 13 games with EA Games
- 12 games with Electronic Arts Publishing SARL
- 11 games with Acclaim Studios Limited
- 10 games with Ripple Effect Studios
- 10 games with Virgin Interactive...