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Obsidian Entertainment

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Obsidian Entertainment
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Company data
Founded ByFeargus Urquhart
Chris Parker
Darren L. Monahan
Chris Avellone
Chris Jones
Founded In2003
HeadquartersIrvine, California (USA)
Key PeopleFeargus Urquhart, CEO
Chris Parker, COO
Darren L. Monahan, CIO
Chris Jones, CTO
Joshua Sawyer, Design Director
Fallout games
DeveloperFallout: New Vegas
External links
Homepagehttp://www.obsidianent.com
WikipediaObsidian Entertainment
MobyGamesObsidian Entertainment
 
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Obsidian Entertainment, is a video game developer founded by former employees of Black Isle Studios founded after the disestablishment of Interplay Entertainment's in 2003. Obsidian developed the 2010 game Fallout: New Vegas. Several of the developers at Obsidian previously also worked on Fallout, Fallout 2 and Van Buren (the canceled Fallout 3 project).

Obsidian continues to operate under management by its founding officers: Feargus Urquhart, Chris Parker, Darren Monahan, Chris Avellone and Chris Jones. In July 2005 they hired Josh Sawyer of Icewind Dale fame. In 2011, Timothy Cain, original creator of Fallout, joined the company.

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