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Relic Entertainment Vancouver Party

Oct 21, 2005

By Catherine Barr


Relic Entertainment's action-strategy titles are familiar to many PC gamers. And now their newest title - "Company of Heroes" - is poised to set a new standard for electronic gaming on both the PC and console markets. With all this success, it was time to celebrate with a move to some new spacious digs on the 15th and 16th floors of Bentall 5. Invited guests, civilians and uber-minds alike toasted the occasion with an after-work party complete with cocktails, live music and a well-deserved pat on the back.

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Producer Johnathan Dowdeswell's job is to follow a product through from start to finish. "I like the variety of my work," he said.
Toby Lang (left) caught up with Relic programmers Matt Cairns and Randy Lukashuk for some non-code conversation.
Even with a stunning office view, programmer Graeme Anderson still had his eyes glued to the screen.
Relic Entertainment's general manager Ron Moravek, seen with Meredith MacGregor (left) and Heather Mancell, proved that even uber geeks know how to throw a great party.
Art Institue instructor Su Skerl helped celebrate alongside Relic programming supervisor Ian Thomson (centre) and Relic senior artist Nick Carota.


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