Rockstar San Diego (formerly Angel Studios) is an American video game development studio, under the Rockstar Games umbrella. The studio pioneered open world racing games with the Midtown Madness and the award-winning Midnight Club series. It is also responsible for the "Red Dead" series of western games (Red Dead Revolver in 2004 and Red Dead Redemption in 2010). The studio also houses the RAGE Technology Group which developed the RAGE engine that is used in almost all Rockstar Games, including Grand Theft Auto IV. The studio was acquired by Take-Two Interactive in November 2002.[1]


as Angel Studios

1996Mr. BonesSaturn
1998Major League Baseball Featuring Ken Griffey, Jr.N64
1998Virtual Jungle Cruise - DisneyQuestArcade game
1999Resident Evil 2N64
1999Ken Griffey, Jr.'s SlugfestN64, GBC
1999Midtown MadnessPC
1999Savage QuestArcade
1999Pirates - GameWorksArcade game
2000Midtown Madness 2PC
2000Midnight Club: Street RacingPS2
2000Smuggler's RunPS2
2001Smuggler's Run 2: Hostile TerritoryPS2
2001Test Drive Off-Road Wide OpenPS2, Xbox
2001Transworld SurfXbox, PS2, GameCube
2002Smuggler's Run: WarzonesGameCube
2003Spy Hunter 2Xbox, PS2

as Rockstar San Diego

2003 Midnight Club II PS2, Xbox, PC
2004 Red Dead Revolver PS2, Xbox
2005 Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition PSP, PS2, Xbox (with Rockstar Leeds)
2006 Midnight Club 3: DUB Edition Remix PS2, Xbox
2006 Rockstar Games Presents Table Tennis X360, Wii (with Rockstar Leeds)
2008 Midnight Club: Los Angeles PS3, X360
2008 Midnight Club: L.A. Remix PSP (with Rockstar London)
2009 Midnight Club: L.A. Complete Edition PS3, X360
2010 Red Dead Redemption PS3, X360 (with Rockstar North)
2010 Red Dead Redemption: Undead Nightmare PS3, X360 (with Rockstar North)
2011 L.A. Noire PS3, X360 (with Team Bondi and Rockstar North)
2012 Max Payne 3 PS3, PC, X360 (with Rockstar Studios)
2013 Grand Theft Auto V PS3, PS4, PC, X360, XOne (with Rockstar North and Rockstar Studios)


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