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Located in Santa Clara, California, Locomotive Games Inc produced "high quality content and experiences." Eventually wholly-owned by THQ, the company began life as DT Productions - named for founder Don Traeger, one of the men responsible for creating EA Sports. With Dennis Harper , formerly of Atari Games, onboard the company became Pacific Coast Power and Light and proceeded to develop games including WWE Crush Hour, Road Rash 64 and MX 2002 featuring Ricky Carmichael. More recently, as Locomotive Games Inc, the company produced licensed titles for THQ, including Disney/Pixar Cars for the PSP and franchise games like Destroy All Humans! Big Willy Unleashed for the Nintendo Wii.

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