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Greg Kasavin hosting Command School in 2008
Gathering of Developers (2002)
Electronic Arts Los Angeles (2007-2009)
2K Games (2009-2012)
Supergiant Games (? - present)
GameSpot editor-in-chief (formerly)|
Command School host (formerly)
Greg Kasavin was the producer of later Command & Conquer games by Electronic Arts Los Angeles, which was his first continuous job as a game developer after his term as editor-in-chief at gaming portal GameSpot. He hosted the Command School show on Command & Conquer TV.
He left Electronic Arts Los Angeles in September 2009, first to work with 2K Games on Spec Ops: The Line, then to Supergiant Games with former EALA colleagues Amir Rao and Gavin Simon, where he wrote all three currently released titles: Bastion, Transistor, and Pyre.
- Kasavin led the GameSpot interview about Emperor: Battle for Dune with Louis Castle.
- Kasavin's review of Command & Conquer: Generals: Zero Hour made for GameSpot was quoted in the game's back cover.