Joel Breton

aka: Joel Maximillion Breton, Joel Maximilian Breton
Moby ID: 24913

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Joel Breton's first role as a Game Producer was for GT Interactive, where he produced Duke Nukem 3D, 1602 A.D., Unreal, the original Unreal engine, Quake and DOOM along with several other video games. While at GT Interactive he also produced and began development for No One Lives Forever until the game was passed on to Fox Interactive when GT Interactive was sold to Infogrames in late 1999.

Breton produced several games for Bethesda Softworks, a game publisher based in Bethesda, Maryland. He produced Sea Dogs, Echelon, and IHRA Drag Racing 2004 while serving as Executive Producer and Studio Head of Bethesda West Studios in Olympia, Washington. He then moved to Moscow, Russia, to oversee Bethesda’s Eastern Europe development operations. While Stationed in Moscow, he produced Pirates of the Caribbean for the Xbox which was the first Western console game developed within the former Soviet Union or Commonwealth of Independent States.

Breton founded the game development company Kozmo Games in 2004, to develop games for the global market. Kozmo Games has since developed and released Ice Cream Tycoon and War Chess.

Breton returned to his native California in 2005 to continue making games for the world to enjoy. He joined Take Two Interactive in 2005 and produced World Poker Tour for PS2, PSP, Xbox and GBA platforms. He also produced Amped 3, a launch title for the Xbox 360, and Major League Baseball 2K6 for the PSP while at Take Two.

Joel joined Hudson Entertainment and is head of the U.S. console production team. Joel is currently producing Bomberman Live for the XBLA platform which will be released in Summer of 2007.

Games Credited: Nightmare Circus IHRA Drag Racing Sea Dogs Pirates of the Caribbean Echelon PBA Bowling Duke Nukem: Planet of the Babes Unreal Anno 1602 Deer Hunter Ultimate Doom Quake No One Lives Forever Baseball Mogul 2000 Virtua Fighter I/II Sonic & Knuckles X Men II Eternal Champions Beyond Oasis Shining Force II World Series Baseball Star Wars Arcade Doom 32X Killwheel Sirens Magic Crayons Pico Magic School Bus Wacky Worlds Daytona USA Ms. PAC-MAN for Prizes AMF Xtreme Bowling for Prizes Ice Cream Tycoon Water Balloon Drop Tetris Tournament for Prizes

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Death Tales (2020, Windows) Thanks
Anno 1602: History Edition (2020, Windows) Producer
Five Nights at Freddy's VR: Help Wanted (2019, Windows) HTC
Battle Ages (2016, Xbox One) SVP Product Development
Chimpact Squash (2016, Android) SVP Mobile and F2P Games
Chef Emma (2015, Android) SVP Game Development
Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons (2015, iPhone) SVP of Mobile and F2P
Battle Islands (2015, Xbox One) SVP Product Development
Gems of War (2014, Windows) Executive Producer
PRM 2015: Pro Rugby Manager (2014, Windows) Sr VP 505 Mobile
Wicked: The Game (2014, Android) SVP Game Development
Drawn to Life (2014, iPhone) Senior Vice President of Mobile
How to Survive (2013, Windows) SVP Global Product Development
Marlow Briggs and the Mask of Death (2013, Windows) Senior Vice President Product Development
Terraria (2013, Android) Senior Vice President, Game Development
Duke Nukem Forever (2011, Xbox 360) Gearbox also wishes to acknowledge the following people who were registered on our credits website and may have been involved with or influenced Duke Nukem Forever between 1997 and 2011
Car Jacker 2 (2009, Windows) Special Thanks
Oiligarchy (2008, Browser) AG Executive Producer
Bomberman Live (2007, Xbox 360) Senior Producer
World Poker Tour (2006, Game Boy Advance) Project Manager

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