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Jul 13, 2006

Nominations for the Hottest Game Industry Guys.

Cliffy B asked me to post this picture - its his favorite.

Not to long ago, I ran a webpoll to find a Top Ten Hottest Video Game Guy Characters and I found there was a huge response.

When trying to get the official list posted over at different gaming sites, I received an email from the editor of Gamespy.com, Will Tuttle, in which he asked if he was included in the list. (He thought the list was for video game industry guys) This gave me an idea; why not do a list of the Hottest Video Game Industry Guys. I mean there are some hotties out there and how could you not drool over the guys that bring us the best means of entertainment possible.

Below are the names, bios, and pictures of the nominated guys.

Check out the guy and then vote on the webpoll on the sidebar. I will open up the polls each day to allow for extra voting.

The polls will be open till next Wednesday.

To the guys listed amongst the nominated: I hope this little webpoll doesn't upset or insult you in any way. I am a huge fan of each and every guy on this list and I have the utmost respect for your work in the industry. But that doesn't mean I can't stare at your butt as you walk by. :)


HAPPY VOTING!




















Reginald Fils-Aime

Reginald "Reggie" Fils-Aime is currently the President and Chief Operating Officer for the North American division of Japan-based video game company, Nintendo. He was promoted to the position on May 25, previously holding the position of Executive Vice President of Sales and Marketing.





















Shigeru Miyamoto

Miyamoto is the creator of such Nintendo characters as Mario, Donkey Kong, Link, Zelda, and Pikimin. He is currently the Director and General Manager of Nintendo Entertainment Analysis and Development (EAD), the corporate sector of Nintendo of Japan.












Nolan Bushnell

Nolan K. Bushnell is an electrical engineer and entrepreneur from the United States who founded both Atari, Inc. and the Chuck E. Cheese's Pizza-Time Theaters chain. He is also known as the creator of the famous game, Pong.










Nobuo Uematsu

Nobuo Uematsu is a Japanese composer of video game music, and one of the most well-known in the field. He has composed music for many games produced by Squaresoft and Square Enix, including the Final Fantasy series of role playing games, and some pieces for Chrono Trigger.









Ralph Baer

Ralph Baer is the creator of the first home console, the brown box which was sold to Magnavox and renamed the Odyssey. He also the created the first light gun and puzzle game, Simon.










Tim Schafer

Tim Schafer was a game designer for Lucasarts. He created such memorable games like The Secret of Monkey Island, Full Throttle, and Day of the Tentacle. He currently owns his own company, Double Fine Productions, where he has created his newest game, Psychonauts.









Peter Molyneux

Peter Molyneux is the computer game designer that created Bullfrog Productions. There he developed such great games like Populous, and Theme Park. He left Bullfrog in 1997 to create a new company Lionhead Studios, where he has developed such great games like Black and White, and The Movies.








Yuji Naka

Yuji Naka is a game designer and programmer that originally headed Sega’s Sonic Team and now owns his own company, Prope. He created such memorable games like Sonic the Hedgehog, and Phantasy Online.









Hideo Kojima

Hideo Kojima is a Japanese video game designer at Konami. Formerly the vice president of Konami Computer Entertainment Japan, he is currently the head of Kojima Productions. He is the creator of such memorable games like the Metal Gear series, Snatcher, and Policenauts.









Tomonobu Itagaki

Tomonobu Itagaki is a Japanese video game designer who heads Team Ninja, one of Tecmo's development teams. He is the creator of the Dead or Alive series.













Cliff Bleszinski

Cliff Bleszinski, frequently known online as CliffyB, is a lead game designer for the successful game development company Epic Games in Raleigh. He is the creator of such memorable games like the Unreal Tournament Series and the upcoming Gears of War.












Tetsuya Nomura

Tetsuya Nomura is a game and character designer at Square Enix. He is most famous for his continuing work on the Final Fantasy Series.







Adam Sessler

Adam Sessler is the co-host and senior segment producer of G4 TV’s video game review show, X-Play. He also occasionally appears on Attack of the Show to do a segment on the upcoming gaming news.








Victor Lucas

Victor Lucas is the Canadian creator, executive producer, writer, co-host and director of the Electric Playground, seen on G4 in the United States, as well as Space, G4TechTV Canada, Razer and various A-Channel and CityTV outlets in Canada. He is also the creator, executive producer and co-host of Reviews on the Run (known in the United States as Judgment Day), along with longtime friend, Tommy Tallarico. Victor founded Greedy Productions, which produces the aforementioned shows, along with the newest Victor Lucas brain child, The Art Of Play, one of the first video game preview shows in HD and available on the Gameplay HD network.










Tommy Tallerico

Tommy Tallarico is a video game music composer. He founded Tommy Tallarico Studios in 1994 and the Game Audio Network Guild (G.A.N.G.) in 2001. He co-hosts, produces, and writes for The Electric Playground, a TV show about video games. He also co-hosts Reviews on the Run, a television show in which he and Victor Lucas review video games. He is also an advisory board member for the Game Developers Conference, a governor for the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences (NARAS/Grammy) and a nominating peer panel leader for the Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences.

Tallarico has worked on over three-hundred titles including the Earthworm Jim series, MDK, Spot Goes to Hollywood, Maximo, and Tony Hawk's Pro Skater. He recently worked on the videogame Advent Rising.









Kevin Pereira

Kevin Pereira is the host of G4's Attack of the show. He has hosted or been a guest on many other G4 programs including Pulse, Arena, G4TV.com, X-Play and Robot Wars.










Russel Wark

Russel Wark is a programmer for Probe. His lovely wife nominated him. How sweet is that. Give it up for Russel!














Gackt Camui

Gackt Camui is a music composer and once a member of a rock band, Malice Mizer. He was also involved in the PlayStation 2 game 'Bujingai', for which he performed some of the voices as well as doing motion capture for the game's protagonist. He has also appeared in Japanese commercials for the hit game 'Metal Gear Solid 2', and his name appeared on a dog tag in the game.












Peter Moore

Peter Moore is the head of Microsoft's Interactive Entertainment Business division, which includes the Xbox and Xbox 360 game consoles. He also rose to prominence at Sega, being a heavy figure in the company's North American operations during the Dreamcast era. Moore played a pivotal role in the company’s decision to change its business strategy to become a platform-agnostic software publisher. At the time of leaving Moore was president and CEO of SEGA of America.






Stew

Stew works as a game developer (I think) at RetroDev Games: Grunge Game Developers. What the hell the guy’s cute and his friends nominated him. Give it up for Stew!









Adrian Smith

Adrian Smith is co-founder of Circle Studio, creators of Without Warning. He was also the former Operation Director of Core Design, creators of Tomb Raider.







Jeremy Smith

Jeremy Smith is co-founder of Circle Studio, creators of Without Warning. He was also the former head of Core Design, creators of Tomb Raider. Adrian and Jeremy are brothers.










Matt Casamassina

Matt Casamassina is the Editor in Chief of IGN Wii at IGN Entertainment and write several previews and reviews of Nintendo games.








Dan Hsu

Dan "Shoe" Hsu is the Editor in Chief of Electronic Gaming Monthly and also worked on the site, gamers.com.








Michel Ancel

Michel Ancel is the French game designer at Ubisoft and is known as the creator of Rayman and Beyond Good & Evil. He first job designing was with a software company called Lankhor.

2 comments:

I am Jewell said...

hmmm so many choices. i can't pick out just 1 that's my fave.

Becky "Aktrez" Young said...

Tommy T FTW!!!! Hottest Italian in game audio!

Tommy T is the place to be! Vote ladies.. you KNOW you want to!