Neil told us that he's always played games and that writing them for a living is great. A bit of an understatement when you consider how much this fellow has achieved in a short space of time - time spent with major players working on what became popular titles. Debuting in the industry with Microprose UK, Neil went on to work with, among others, Acclaim and Psygnosis.
He's currently with Hasbro, working on the next Geoff Crammond GP game for the PS2, a platform given the full Duffield backing. Neil's favourite game of all time is N64's Zelda: Ocarina of Time.
Neil Duffield's first video game work that SPOnG is aware of is the 1993 title, "F-117A Nighthawk" (Amiga) as Lead Programmer.
Neil's most recent involvement was as Programmer on the 1999 release "G-Police: Weapons of Justice" (PlayStation).
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