Jason Rubin (born in 1970) is an American video game director, comic book writer and Internet company founder. He co-founded the video game company Naughty Dog alongside his childhood friend Andy Gavin in 1986. He was involved with the devlopment of the first four Crash Bandicoot games. After working on the Jak and Daxter series, Rubin resigned from Naughty Dog in 2004. Afterwards, he created the comic book miniseries Iron and the Maiden, which has been renamed to The Iron Saint. He also created the comic book miniseries Mysterious Ways.
In Crash Bandicoot 3: Warped, he is responsible for the developer time on Bye Bye Blimps (0:38:63), the fastest time achieved by the staffs at Naughty Dog and Sony Computer Entertainment America during the development of the NTSC version of the game.
In 2012, he became the president of THQ, who released games such as the Saints Row series and the Red Faction series. However, the company went bankrupt on January 23, 2013.
At E3 2014, Rubin joined the Oculus VR company.
|Creators of Crash Bandicoot|
|Main creators||Charles Zembillas | Joe Pearson | David Siller|
|Composers||Josh Mancell (composer)| Mark Mothersbaugh (helped with compsoing)|
|Other people involved with the project||Andy Gavin | Jason Rubin | Mark Cerny|