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In the world of sports, there is only one. In the world of game development, ehhh, it's not so clear. There are many prolific developers who have shaped the industry in ways unimaginable in other media, but it's hard to pick just one.

Some have the following, but not the catalog, like Hideo Kojima. Some are too technical, like John Carmack. Some are the butt of far too many jokes, like Gabe Newell. It doesn't help that games require so many hands on deck, that there's no way to ignore every member of the development staff for one key figure.

So since I can't answer this question myself, I turn to you instead....

Who is the Michael Jordan of game development?


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