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Robomodo was formed by several members of EA Chicago, when Electronic Arts shuttered that studio in 2007. The co-founders were Josh Tsui (currently the president of Robomodo), David Michicich (currently the CEO and Creative Director), Peter Sauerbrei (currently the CTO), Nick Ehrlich (currently the COO), and Richard Ho.

Since their founding, the studio has served largely as a development house for new console entries in Activision's storied Tony Hawk franchise, replacing previous franchise-runners Neversoft.

Robomodo's existence so far has been somewhat precarious, as the commercial failure of its first title--the widely-panned Tony Hawk: Ride--forced massive layoffs only three years after the studio's founding, and only six months after a round of hiring. In fact, the game performed so poorly that the studio was rumored to be abandoning the Tony Hawk franchise altogether. This proved to be untrue when, at the 2011 Spike Video Game Awards, the studio announced it was working on an HD remake of early Tony Hawk titles.

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