Now CEO of Digimask, Gary's first taste of the video game industry was in retail between 1982 and 1986, working for Blue Chip Computer Shop. Development was next on the agenda, Gary being responsible for over 100 titles for Ocean Software before moving on to Telstar Electronic Studios to oversee development of a further 20 titles.
He founded Digimask in 1999 and the technology was licensed to Sony in 2004 for use in Playstation2 games.
Gary Bracey's first video game work that SPOnG is aware of is the 1984 title, "Mario Brothers" (C64) as Executive Producer.
Gary's most recent involvement was as Project Leader/Producer on the 2000 release "Grudge Warriors" (PlayStation).
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