Awards and Honors

Vampire: The Masquerade – Bloodlines (produced)

  • “Top 100 Games of All Time”, Empire Online
  • “Best RPG of 2004” and “Best Game of 2004 Runner-Up”, Action Trip
  • “Best RPG of 2004,” IGN
  • “Best RPG of 2004,” “Craft Award for Outstanding Achievement in Writing,” “Craft Award for Outstanding Achievement in Art Direction Nominee, “RPG Vault.
  • “Best RPG Game of E3 2004” and “Editor’s Choice,” Game Chronicles

Heroes of Might & Magic III: Armageddon’s Blade (directed)

  • “Best Add-On of 2000,” Computer Games

Heroes of Might & Magic III: The Restoration of Erathia (directed)

  • “Top 50 Games of All Time,” PC Gamer
  • “Reviewer’s Choice Award, ” Adrenaline Vault
  • “Silver Award,” Games Domain
  • “Award of Excellence,” GamesMania

Wes Craven’s Principles of Fear (produced)

  • “Best of E3 1997, Bronze Medal, Interactive Fiction,” About Games

I Have No Mouth, and I Must Scream (produced/co-designed)

  • “Best Adventure Game of 1996,” “Best 150 Games of All Time,” “Best 15 Sleepers of All Time,” and “Best 15 Endings of All Time,” Computer Gaming World
  • “Best Dark Game of 1996, “ Digital Hollywood
  • “Best Game Adapted from Linear Media,” 1997 Computer Game Developers Conference

Arachnophobia (co-produced)

  • “Best Action Computer Game of 1992,” Video Games and Computer Entertainment

DuckTales: The Quest for Gold (produced/co-designed)

  • “Best Action Arcade Game of 1991 Nominee”, Software Publishers Association
  • “Certified Gold: 100,000 Units Sold,” Software Publishers Association
  • “Top 25 Games of 1990,” Info Magazine

Disney Software (producer)

  • “Best Producers,” 1991 Computer Game Developers Association Survey

Wilderness: A Survival Adventure (produced)

  • “Best Graphic Adventure Game of 1986,” Family Computing
  • “Ten Best Education Software,” Science ‘85

Prisoner 2 (directed/designed)

  • “Award of Recognition,” 1983 Winter Consumer Electronics Show

Empire I: World Builders (programmed/designed)

  • “Best Science Fiction/Fantasy Computer Game of 1983,” Electronic Games Magazine



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