Internationally published as an artist and writer at the age of nineteen, Chris Gossett was one of the first designers hired by Lucasfilm Licensing to retro-design the Star Wars galaxy in 1993. The Phantom Menace included Gossett's work in the form of Darth Maul's double-edged lightsabre. Gossett then worked on the Apocalypse videogame, starring Bruce Willis, for the Sony PlayStation; he designed the main characters and wrote the final draft of the script. On Pitfall 3D, starring Bruce Campbell, Gossett performed the same duties and wrote, co-directed and drew nine minutes of additional story animation. His latest project, The Red Star, is a comic book mixing traditional drawings and computer generated images.
Chris Gossett's first video game work that SPOnG is aware of is the 2004 title, "The Red Star" (PS2) as Artist/Animator/Modeller.
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