Big Red Button Entertainment
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Big Red Button Entertainment is an American game development company, best known for the critically panned Wii U game Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric. Started by Bob Rafei in 2009, Big Red Button (Also referred to as BRB) employs several ex-employees of various studios including Naughty Dog, Heavy Iron Studios, Luxoflux and High Impact Games. Another notable member of the team was Chris Senn, formerly of Sega Technical Institute, who served as Lead Level Implementer on Sonic Boom: Rise of Lyric but left the company in June of 2014.