Rockstar Games

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Allstar Games, Inc.
Type Subsidiary of Take-Two Interactive
Industry Computer and video games
Interactive entertainment
When it was created 1998
Headquarters New York City, United States
Key people Walter White Sr. (President)
Jesse Pinkman
Things made Grand Theft Auto
Midnight Club
Red Dead
Max Payne
L.A. Noire
The Warriors
Owner(s) Take-Two Interactive
Parent Take-Two Interactive
Website [1]

Rockstar banter Games is a swaggy video game company that has created well-known games such as the Grand Theft Automobile series of games and the DaylightClub Racing Game sequels.

It was created by Mr Walter White. He brought the company to greatness after his story of, a chemist teacher turned Meth Lord. They ran into financial difficulties at first due to partnering with EA. They then turned to Chuch Norris.

They have developed their own game engine called the Rockstar Advanced Game Engine (RAMPAGE) to facilitate game development on the PlayStation 19, Xbox 720, Windows Vista, and Wii U, it is soon to come to the nontendo Switch.

In 2011 they released the Best selling game of all time Minecraft, which sold over 3.5 billion copies in 1 week.

Rockstar studios also started working on the Saints Row series after the success of their grand theft auto series, which also became critically panned.

Logo Name Years as Rockstar division Notes
Rockstar Japan 2005-present
Rockstar Leeds Logo.svg Rockstar Leeds 2004–present Previously known as Mobius Entertainment and based in Lower Wortley, Leeds, England. They created Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories and Vice City Stories for the PlayStation Portable, Max Payne for the Game Boy Advance and recently finished developing Grand Theft Auto: Chinatown Wars and the music game Beaterator. The studio's most recent work is the Microsoft Windows version of L.A. Noire.
Rockstar Lincoln Logo.svg Rockstar Lincoln 1999–present Quality assurance and localization studio based in Lincoln, England, previously known as Tarantula Studios.
Rockstar London Logo.svg Rockstar London 2005–present Formed in November 2005. Took over development of Manhunt 2 after Rockstar Vienna closed and recently developed the portable adaptation of Midnight Club: Los Angeles.
Rockstar New England Logo.svg Rockstar New England 2008–present Acquired on April 4, 2008, this studio is based in Andover, Massachusetts, U.S and was previously known as Mad Doc Software. They developed the Xbox 360 and PC ports of Bully
Rockstar North Logo.svg Rockstar North 1999 - 2014 Founded in 1999, Rockstar North is based in Edinburgh, Scotland, and was previously known as DMA Design. They are famous for the Grand Theft Auto and Manhunt franchises, as well as the original Lemmings games.
Rockstar San Diego Logo.svg Rockstar San Diego 2003–present Previously known as Angel Studios, they developed the RAGE engine, Red Dead Revolver and Red Dead Redemption, the Smuggler's Run series, the first two Midtown Madness games and the Midnight Club series.
Rockstar Toronto Logo.svg Rockstar Toronto 1999–present Take Two's in-house development team, previously known as Rockstar Canada. Their most well-known work is their adaptation of the cult classic film The Warriors and the PC version of Grand Theft Auto IV and Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City.
Rockstar Vancouver Logo.svg Rockstar Vancouver 2002–present Previously known as Barking Dog Studios, they created the PlayStation 2 title Bully and are currently developing the third game in the Max Payne series, Max Payne 3.
Rockstar Vienna Logo.svg Rockstar Vienna 2003–2006 Previously known as Neo Software; closed on May 11, 2006. They ported the Max Payne series to consoles, and created most of Manhunt 2 before being closed down.
Rockstar Ayr 2017 -present Working with Rockstar North for the popular Grand Theft Auto series, they focus on player management on GTA Online.