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needless to say this situation has been a bit stressful. what i can say about what i am working on is, "I am working on Metroid Prime 3 for the launch of the Nintendo Revolution console." this is really exciting stuff.

—Aaron Walker

Aaron Walker
MPT Japan

This copy of Trilogy signed by numerous Retro Studios artists, including Walker, was auctioned off on Amazon, with all proceeds being donated to relief efforts for the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami.

Aaron Walker is the lead software engineer at Retro Studios since December 2005. Previously, Walker worked for EA Tiburon on Madden NFL 2002-2004, Arena Football and Superman Returns. He left after "things at EA had reached a point where i just couldn't feel happy with staying there." Intending to work for Midway Games, he received a call from Retro Studios and ultimately began to work for them on the same day he was supposed to work for Midway.[1] While at Retro, Walker was a software engineer for Metroid Prime 3: Corruption, the senior software engineer on the Metroid Prime Trilogy and Donkey Kong Country Returns, and the lead on Donkey Kong Country: Tropical Freeze. Walker is responsible for digital content creation tools, tool/game interoperability, pipelines, processes, and backend and user-facing tools. In a blog post on May 7, 2007, Walker reflected on an entry task he completed when he joined Retro Studios: creation of a creature AI for Corruption. He had learned that this AI would be used with a different model and different behavior, but with no modification to the code. Walker did not specify which creature this was, however.[2]

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