Robert is widely known for his development efforts to bring out the original Painkiller
series of games with the studio, People Can Fly
and his work on the Dragonball Z
franchise. From 2003 - 2006 he worked at Dreamcatcher
and closely with Richard Wah Kan
to develop and launch the company's key adventure games including Broken Sword
. He went to Atari around when Dreamcatcher was acquired by JoWood. He has also worked on The Witcher
products and many iPhone
- Robert is known to be a game player and has a large game collection with thousands of titles from all systems and game consoles. He is an advisor to the International Center for the History of Electronic Games.
- He has his MBA degree from Northwestern University, Kellogg Management School.