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Eric Holmes (videogame designer)

Eric Holmes (videogame designer)
Holmes at the E3 2013 reveal of Batman: Arkham Origins
Born Kilmarnock
Nationality Scottish
Area(s) Writer, Videogame designer
Notable works Hulk
Incredible Hulk: Ultimate Destruction
Megatron Origin
PROTOTYPE
Batman: Arkham Origins

Eric Holmes is a Scottish video game designer. He is a graduate of the University of Edinburgh and since October 2011 works for Warner Bros. Games Montreal. He has also worked in comics, being the writer of IDW Publishing's miniseries The Transformers: Megatron Origin.

Works

Past

  • VIS Entertainment (Game Designer), 1997 – 1999
  • Probe Entertainment (Game Designer), 1999 – 2000
  • EA Canada (Game Designer), 2000 - October 2001
  • Radical Entertainment (Lead Designer), October 2001 - April 2009
  • Epic Games (Lead Designer), July 2009 – October 2011
  • Warner Bros. Games Montreal (Creative Director), October 2011 – present

Related links

  • Eric Holmes Personal Site at www.videogamedesign.net
  • Eric Holmes at Mobygames
  • Eric Holmes at the Internet Movie Database


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