Radical Entertainment Inc. is a Canadian video game developer based in Vancouver, British Columbia and a subsidiary of Activision. The studio was founded in 1991 by industry veterans Rory Armes and Dave Davis, as well as newcomer Ian Wilkinson. It is best known for developing three games in the Crash Bandicoot franchise, and the Prototype series of games.
In its early days of game development, the company seemed to lack roles in the developer's names in the staff rolls. The only exception is the NES version of Mario is Missing, in which they lack credits, due to either there not being enough cartridge space, or The Software Toolworks prohibiting game credits.
Paul Wilkinson programmed Radical's SNES driver. Music was written in MIDI on Cakewalk.
The company used a sound engine provided by Distinctive Software.
These composers worked at Radical Entertainment: