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    Incognito Entertainment

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    One of Sony Computer Entertainment's internal studios, best known for working on the Twisted Metal series and Warhawk. It was closed in 2009.

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    Incognito Entertainment (previously known as Incog Inc.) was a video game developer, located in Salt Lake City, Utah. The company was a part of Sony Computer Entertainment America, and was founded in May 1999 by a group of former SingleTrac employees. Incognito has developed several of the Twisted Metal games, and their most recent game was the multiplayer shooter Warhawk, for the Playstation 3.

    In 2007, a significant chunk of the team, including studio heads and founders Scott Campbell and David Jaffe, left to form Eat, Sleep, Play, Inc. In 2009, the studio, having been relegated to continued support for Warhawk, disbanded when Dylan Jobe, who had taken over as studio head after Scott Campbell's departure, left with several members to form LightBox Interactive. LightBox has since taken over all maintenance of Warhawk and is developing its spiritual successor, Starhawk.


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