Brian Sullivan (game designer)

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Brian Sullivan is a computer game designer and entrepreneur known for developing Titan Quest and the Age of Empires series of games.[1][2] He is also the co-founder of Iron Lore Entertainment and Ensemble Studios.[1][2] Brian won the 1998 Computer Game Developers Association (GDC) Spotlight Award for Achievement in Game Design for his work on Age of Empires.[citation needed]

In addition to his work in the video game industry, Brian has also worked as a professor at Northeastern University, teaching a number of design courses. Brian graduated from Carnegie Mellon University.

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