Scott Foe

Scott FOE

Chief Creative Officer, Big Head Mode

Big Head Mode

Called the « Quentin Tarantino of Videogames » by Escapist Magazine, Scott Foe is a fifteen year veteran of the games industry who began his career as a member of the team that developed and launched the Sega Dreamcast, the world’s first online games console.

Foe’s Interactive Achievement Award-nominated gameReset Generation was listed by Pocket Gamer beside Angry Birds as « one of the-most important handheld games of all-time, » and Giant Bomb called Foe’s most-recent title, Douche Defender, « one of the most-important simulations of human drama ever played. »