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Brett Gow is an American software executive currently working at Signal Studios, an independent video game developer in Seattle. From 1987-1993 he worked at Nintendo as a founding member of the Game Counselor hotline, product developer before moving into product development. During this time he also provided design and illustrations for Nintendo's coin-operated games, and the packaging and advertisements for Mario Paint. Gow then worked at Acclaim Entertainment for several years before rejoining Nintendo in 2003 as a development manager and executive producer, and launched the Mario Strikers franchise. Before joining Signal Studios he worked at Microsoft and Glu Mobile.[1]

Gow worked on three Metroid games during his second tenure at Nintendo. He was a supervisor for Metroid Prime Pinball, and is credited under special thanks in Metroid Prime Hunters and Metroid Prime 3: Corruption.

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