David Cage is best known as a Entrepreneur. French video game developer and the founder and CEO of Quantic Dream. David Cage was born on June 9, 1969 in Mulhouse, France.
He was the father of two children and was an avowed atheist. He first worked creating music for games like Super Dany from 1994 and Timecop from 1995.
He was known for developing the hit indie game Heavy Rain from 2010. He and Nintendo’s Shigeru Miyamoto had a profound impact on the development of gaming.
Cage has been critical of "game over" events in story-driven, non-action video games, calling them "a failure of the game design". Cage was the first game developer to receive the Legion of Honour, the highest decoration granted in France. In October 2018, he received a Ping Honor Award for his career.
His earlier works include the music in the video games Super Dany (1994, credited as David De Gruttola), Cheese Cat-Astrophe Starring Speedy Gonzales (1995, credited as David De Gruttola), Timecop (1995), and Hardline (1996). David Cage founded Quantic Dream in 1997. He has written and directed all five games released by the studio: Omikron: The Nomad Soul (1999), Fahrenheit / Indigo Prophecy (2005), Heavy Rain (2010), Beyond: Two Souls (2013) and Detroit: Become Human (2018).