aka: Stephen Clarke-Willson Ph.D., Dr. Stephen H. Clarke-Willson, Stephen Clarke Willson, Stephen "The Doc" Clarke-Willson, Stephen Clarke-Wilson
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Stephen received his Ph.D. in Information and Computer Science in 1986. After working on one of the largest video game systems of all time - the B2 Stealth Bomber at the Northrop Corporation - he switched into games, starting at Virgin Interactive Entertainment in 1990, where he was in charge of all product development until 1994. During that time he grew the development team from eight people in Irvine, CA., to 180 people world-wide, and was instrumental in the acquisition of Westwood Studios.
From 1994 until 1999 Dr. Clarke-Willson consulted on interactive software of all kinds with clients in Hollywood, Chicago, Texas, Ontario, and Silicon Valley. He joined Dan Elenbaas in 1999 to help found Adrenium Games, Amaze Entertainment’s advanced game platform studio, with the sole purpose of pushing next generation console platforms to new levels of graphic quality and fun.
Credited on 64 games
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|Guild Wars 2: Heart of Thorns (2015 on Windows)||Studio Technical Director|
|Guild Wars 2 (2012 on Windows)||Studio Technical Director|
|Guild Wars: Eye of the North (2007 on Windows)||Programmers|
|Guild Wars: Nightfall (2006 on Windows)||Programmers|
|Guild Wars: Factions (2006 on Windows)||Programmers|
|Guild Wars (2005 on Windows)||Programmers|
|Lemony Snicket's A Series of Unfortunate Events (2004 on GameCube)||Head of R&D|
|Crushed Baseball (2004 on Game Boy Advance)||Executive Studio Director|
|Digimon Rumble Arena 2 (2004 on GameCube)||Head of R&D|
|Spider-Man 2: The Game (2004 on Windows)||Executive Studio Director, Adrenium Games|
|Shrek 2 (2004 on Windows)||Executive Studio Director, Adrenium Games|
|Digimon Racing (2004 on Game Boy Advance)||Executive Studio Director, Adrenium|
|Samurai Jack: The Shadow of Aku (2004 on GameCube)||Executive Producer|
|The Sims: Bustin' Out (2003 on Game Boy Advance)||Executive Studio Director, Adrenium Games|
|007: Everything or Nothing (2003 on Game Boy Advance)||Executive Studio Director, Adrenium Games|
|The Hobbit (2003 on Windows)||Executive Studio Director, Adrenium Games|
|The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003 on Game Boy Advance)||Executive Studio Director, Adrenium Games|
|Disney's Brother Bear (2003 on Windows)||Executive Studio Director, Adrenium Games|
|Disney•Pixar Finding Nemo (2003 on Macintosh)||Executive Studio Director – Adrenium Games|
|Daredevil (2003 on Game Boy Advance)||Executive Studio Director|
[ full credits ]
- 24 games with Lisa Marcinko
- 22 games with Noah Tool
- 21 games with Michael Dean
- 21 games with David Mann
- 21 games with Jack Brummet
- 21 games with Daniel Elenbaas
- 20 games with Kevin Burdick
- 20 games with Curtis Asplund
- 20 games with Phillip Trumbo
- 20 games with Steven Ettinger
- 34 games with Virgin Interactive...
- 12 games with Avalon Interactive
- 7 games with Amaze Entertainment, Inc.
- 7 games with Griptonite, Inc.
- 6 games with NCsoft Corporation
- 6 games with NCsoft Europe Ltd.
- 6 games with Electronic Arts, Inc.
- 6 games with EA Games
- 6 games with NCSOFT West
- 5 games with ArenaNet, LLC
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