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Hope you guys like MP3 when it comes out. I am confident it will show how well the Wiimote works with first-person games when implemented properly, better than previous 3rd party titles such as Red Steel or Call of Duty. Of course, I might be a little biased.

—Bobby Pavlock on Metroid Prime 3: Corruption[1]

Bobby Pavlock

Bobby Pavlock is an American video game designer based in Texas. He was a designer for Metroid Prime 3: Corruption, the final game in the Prime Series. According to his Google Site, Pavlock was a lead designer of the game's Front End menus, Pause Screen, and World and Galaxy Map interfaces, as well as in-game cinematic scripting, game systems, level layouts, scripted combat encounters, environmental puzzles, and AI behaviors. Pavlock later left Retro Studios to work at Armature Studio, which was founded by many ex-Retro employees. He went on to design Batman Arkham Origins: Blackgate and ReCore for the studio. His other credits include Daikatana, American McGee's Alice, The Hobbit (from Inevitable Entertainment), Duke Nukem Forever, Brothers in Arms: Furious Four. Pavlock is currently the owner and lead designer of Digital Continue.

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