Game Designer at Relic dies in Car Accident


#1

Source Destructoid.com:

I actually met Brian at E3 two years ago. Never got to know him but obviously it sounds like he was a fantastic human being. I hope his wife and family can cope with the disaster and move on peacefully.


#2

That sucks horribly but he most definitely died honorably. R.I.P.


#3

That short description actually made me a bit teary. Such a selfless act =.(


#4

Agreed. Damn shame that he had to pay for someone else’s lack of self control, though.


#5

Yeahh…


#6

Wow . Infinite Man points. But damn man , the driver needs the chair. Shit is unacceptable.


#7

From article:

Even more messed up.


#8

Yet another example of some douche moron that doesn’t die due to his own stupidity/negligence, but ends the life of an innocent bystander.


#9

don’t forget he costs the lives of his passengers as well. Hopefully he rots in prison for a long while. The Relic designer Brian was a hero to sacrifice his life for his family’s.


#10

Manly tears.


#11

never heard of em


#12

That’s normal but he has worked on some pretty big titles such as Company of Heroes


#13

sigh R.I.P.


#14

He died a hero’s death. RIP.


#15

Wow. A harsh loss. RIP.


#16

Reading comprehension

the driver was also female

was allegedly removing a sweater while driving, asking her 22-year-old passenger Samantha Bowling

samantha is possessive to jordan

So stupid bitch should get the chair


#17

If you haven’t played Company of Heroes you should definitely try it out. It is an extremely well made RTS that goes against a lot of the conventional wisdom for how those games should be made.

R.I.P.