Gearbox Software

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{{Company Infobox
| name             = Gearbox Software
| logo             = FileGearbox Software logo.png|250px
| type             = WikipediaPrivately held company|Private
| industry         = WikipediaComputer software|Computer software
WikipediaVideo game industry|Interactive entertainment | genre = | fate = | predecessor = | successor = |foundation=February 16, 1999
WikipediaPlano, Texas|Plano, Texas, WikipediaUnited States|USA | founder = Randy Pitchford
Brian Martel
Stephen Bahl

Landon Montgomery
Rob Heironimus |defunct= |location=Plano, Texas, USA | locations = | area_served = | key_people = | products = | services = | revenue = | operating_income = | net_income = | aum = | assets = | equity = | owner = | num_employees = 170{{cite web |title=DICE 2010 Gearbox's Pitchford On Borderlands, Perfection, Money|url=http//www.gamasutra.com/view/news/27326/DICE_2010_Gearboxs_Pitchford_On_Borderlands_Perfection_Money.php |accessdate=2010-02-19}} | parent = | divisions = | subsid = | homepage = http//www.gearboxsoftware.com gearboxsoftware.com }} '''Gearbox Software, LLC''' is an independent American video game development company based in WikipediaPlano, Texas|Plano, Texas. The company contributed to the ''Half-Life'' franchise with three games ''Half-Life Opposing Force'' (1999), ''Half-Life Blue Shift'' (2001) and ''Half-Life Decay'' (2001). Gearbox is also developing the ''WikipediaBrothers in Arms Road to Hill 30|Brothers in Arms'' and ''wcborderlands|Borderlands'' series. ==References== {{Reflist}} ==External links== *http//www.gearboxsoftware.com Official website *{{Wikipedia|url=Gearbox_Software|text=Gearbox Software}} {{RW}} CategoryGame developers