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Rick has been in the gaming industry for fifteen years. With a degree in Electronic engineering from The Pennsylvania State University, he worked for four years in the automated test industry before becoming a programmer for. Over the course of the next nine years, Paragon Software Software changed hands before finally becoming the core development studio for Take 2 Interactive Software in 1994. Within three years, Take 2 went public, and last year grossed over $300 million in revenues. Rick started out as a programmer, moved on to game designer, producer, and eventually ran Take 2's Gearhead development studio. Along the way, he worked on numerous game genres, including space flight sims, RTS, action/adventure games, graphic adventures, 3D fighting games, flight sims, puzzle games, and even a fishing simulation. His experience also spanned multiple platforms including the PC, Nintendo 64, and Sony Playstation. After moving to Origin Systems in 1999 and earning two years of experience in the online space, he was named OSIs MVP of the year 2000 and is now currently the Senior Producer for Ultima Online Live. His credits include: Challenge of the Five Realms, F15IIICD, Star Crusader, Bureau 13, Iron & Blood, Jeopardy, Wheel of Fortune, Basshunter 64, Ripper, Black Dahlia, Jetfighter: Full Burn, Ultima Online: Renaissance, and Ultima Online: Third Dawn.
Source: Selected articles from Origin Systems Official Website - About Us
Note: Content slightly modified.
Credited on 23 games
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|K3LVN (2022, Windows)||FIEA Faculty|
|Kore (2021, Windows)||Special Thanks|
|Arena Football (2006, PlayStation 2)||Additional Thanks|
|Madden NFL 06 (2005, PSP)||Senior Producer|
|Madden NFL 06 (2005, Windows)||Senior Producer|
|Madden NFL 06 (2005, Nintendo DS)||Senior Producer|
|Madden NFL 06 (2005, Game Boy Advance)||Senior Producer|
|GoldenEye: Rogue Agent (2005, Nintendo DS)||Special Thanks - thanks to the following people for their valuable help and support|
|Ultima Online: Lord Blackthorn's Revenge (2002, Windows)||Senior Producers|
|Ultima Online: Third Dawn (2001, Windows)||Co - Producers|
|Ultima Online: Renaissance (2000, Windows)||Producer|
|In-Fisherman Bass Hunter 64 (1999, Nintendo 64)||Executive Producer|
|Jeopardy! (1998, Nintendo 64)||Special Thanks to|
|JetFighter: Full Burn (1998, DOS)||Special Thanks|
|Black Dahlia (1998, Windows)||Additional Support from Take 2 provided by|
|Iron & Blood: Warriors of Ravenloft (1996, PlayStation)||Game Design|
|Ripper (1996, DOS)||Additional Support from Take 2 provided by|
|Bureau 13 (1995, DOS)||Writing & Design|
|Millennia: Altered Destinies (1995, DOS)||Additional Support|
|Hell: A Cyberpunk Thriller (1994, DOS)||The Hell Cast|
[ full credits ]
- 10 games with Michael Bross
- 10 games with Tom Rigas
- 9 games with Mark E. Seremet
- 9 games with Scott D. Shust
- 9 games with Don Dillinger
- 8 games with Ryan Ashley Brant
- 8 games with Steve Glasstetter
- 8 games with Mike Snyder
- 8 games with Michael Goodis
- 7 games with John Vincent Antinori
- 9 games with Take-Two Interactive Software, Inc.
- 9 games with Electronic Arts, Inc.
- 6 games with Take-Two Interactive...
- 5 games with EA Sports
- 4 games with GameTek (FL), Inc.
- 4 games with EA Orlando
- 4 games with GameTek Deutschland GmbH
- 4 games with GameTek France
- 3 games with EA Games
- 3 games with Valve Corporation