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"Ultimately, an inability to confront our real history endangers democracy and freedom."
―Rex Bradford[src]

Rex Bradford was the programmer for Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back and Star Wars: Jedi Arena. Since than, he has worked on various other video games. He has also done extensive research on the assassination of John F. Kennedy.


Star WarsEdit

Year Title Platform Role
1982 Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Back Atari 2600 Programmer
1983 Star Wars: Jedi Arena Atari 2600 Programmer


Year Title Format Role
1986 Mean 18 DOS Design
1994 System Shock DOS Libraries/Utilities
1995 Real-Time Animation Toolkit in C++ Book Author
1996 Terra Nova: Strike Force Centauri DOS Programming
1997 NCAA Football 98 Windows Remote Play Programming
1998 NHL 99 Nintendo 64 Tools, UI & Development Strategy
1999 Supercross 2000 Nintendo 64, PlayStation Core, Game Logic, Front End, and Overlays programming
2001 Frequency PlayStation 2 Programmer
2002 Empire Earth: The Art of Conquest Windows Lead Programmer
2005 Empire Earth II Windows Core Team
2006 Activision Hits Remixed PlayStation Portable Thanks

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