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|Born||20 July 1968
|Employer||Rare Ltd. (1994 - 2012)
Gory Detail Limited (2013 - present)
Christopher "Chris" Seavor (born 20 July 1968 in the United Kingdom) is a British game designer, artist and voice actor who has done work on several video games, particularly in the context of an artist. Seavor is perhaps most famous for his work on the Conker series, as the project leader of Bad Fur Day and its remake, as well as providing the voice acting for most of the characters.
Seavor began his career with Rare as a Graphic Designer in January 1994, working on backgrounds, effects, and the logo for the Killer Instinct series of fighter games. He inherited and reworked the Conker franchise in an attempt to draw it away from the other Rare title Dream, which eventually became Banjo-Kazooie.
Chris was the project leader and game designer on both Conker's Bad Fur Day and Conker: Live & Reloaded. He co-wrote the screenplay with Robin Beanland, worked as a background and layout artist, helped with some additional graphics, and voiced almost all male characters on Conker's Bad Fur Day. Additionally, he was a VA (alongside Rare's Steve Malpass) in Super Smash Bros. Melee. He supplied the voices of Slippy Toad and Peppy Hare in both Melee and Star Fox Adventures. He enjoys voicing antagonists for Rare, providing voices for Gruntilda in Banjo-Kazooie and Baron Von Ghoul in Grabbed by the Ghoulies.
In 2013, he created a YouTube channel called "Conker King" and started up a "Director's Commentary" of Conker's Bad Fur Day, along with other people who worked on it, revealing various behind the scenes information about the game and other Rare titles.
Chris Seavor is currently employed at his own independent game studio, Gory Detail Limited where he has designed and worked on Parashoot Stan for Apple iOS and Android. At the moment he is designing and working on The Unlikely Legend of Rusty Pup, a darkly themed platformer game for the Wii U and 3DS systems.
Seavor reprised his role as the voice of Conker in the video game Project Spark.
|Brute Force||Canceled||Arcade||Revamped into Killer Instinct|
|Killer Instinct||1994||Arcade, SNES||Background Design, Models, Voice Acting|
|Killer Instinct 2||1996||Arcade||Background Design, Models, Voice Acting|
|Killer Instinct Gold||1996||N64||Background Design, Models, Voice Acting|
|Twelve Tales: Conker 64||Canceled||N64/64DD||Originally titled Conker's Quest, revamped into Conker's Bad Fur Day|
|Diddy Kong Racing||1997||N64||Character Voices (Conker the Squirrel)|
|Banjo-Kazooie||1998||N64||Voice Acting (Gruntilda, additional voices)|
|Donkey Kong 64||1999||N64||Support Team|
|Perfect Dark||2000||N64||Voice Acting (Daniel Carrington)|
|Banjo-Tooie||2000||N64||Voice Acting (Gruntilda, additional voices)|
|Super Smash Bros. Melee||2001||GCN||Voice Acting (Peppy Hare, Slippy Toad)|
|Conker's Bad Fur Day||2001||N64||Project Leader, Game Design, Background and Layout Art, Additional Graphics, Cutscene Screenplay, Voice Acting (all male characters, except The Panther King and The Great Mighty Poo)|
|Star Fox Adventures||2002||GCN||Voice Acting (Peppy Hare, Slippy Toad, Chief LightFoot)|
|Conker's Other Bad Day||Canceled||GCN||Some of its assets were reused for Conker: Getting Medieval|
|Quest||Canceled||GCN, Xbox||Titled Elements of 3 Powers for a while, some coding was reused for Conker: Live & Reloaded and Perfect Dark Zero, revamped into Cascade|
|Conker: Getting Medieval||Canceled||Xbox|
|Conker: Live & Reloaded||2005||Xbox||Lead Designer, Voice Acting (Conker the Squirrel, Tediz). Originally conceived as Conker: Live & Uncut|
|Perfect Dark Zero||2005||Xbox 360|
|Perfect Dark Core||Canceled||Xbox 360|
|Ordinary Joe||Canceled||Xbox 360|
|Banjo-Kazooie: Nuts & Bolts||2008||Xbox 360|
|Perfect Dark||2010||Xbox 360|
|Kinect Sports||2010||Xbox 360||Flex Art Production|
|Parashoot Stan||2012||iOS, Android|
|Project Spark||2014||Xbox One, Windows||Voice Acting (Conker the Squirrel)|
|The Unlikely Legend of Rusty Pup||2015||iOS, Android, Wii U, Nintendo 3DS|
|Rare Replay||2015||Xbox One||Compilation, includes 8 previously mentioned games|
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