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    Robert Stevenson

    Person » credited in 49 games

    Robert is a production and online development executive for Bandai-Namco Games and formerly with Atari.

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    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 and MISSING.  He went to Atari around when Dreamcatcher was acquired by JoWood.  He has also worked on The Witcher products and many iPhone games. 


    -  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.

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