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RDR2: A Storm-Chaser’s Dream Videogame

RDR2: A Storm-Chaser’s Dream Videogame

Since its release in October of 2018, one of the highlights of Rockstar’s latest creation has been how they revamped their time cycle and weather system. The new system allows for localised storms to form, for players to see rain in one spot but not in the other unlike other previous Rockstar Games, among many other phenomena. Couple this with

Midnight Club: Los Angeles Preview

Rockstar Advanced Game Engine (RAGE) is the game engine currently being used by Rockstar Games to develop upcoming titles Grand Theft Auto IV and Midnight Club: Los Angeles. Kikizo have just released an extensive first-hand preview of Midnight Club: LA, which we felt was worth mentioning since it gives a fair insight into how the RAGE engine performs. Check it out:

Grand Theft Auto IV Trailer 2 Launched!

Rockstar Games today released the second trailer of Grand Theft Auto IV entitled “Looking for that special someone”. You can get it via the official GTA IV website or via Yahoo! Games. Some facts about the trailer were also included in a press release which accompanied the trailer: All footage is captured in real-time on a next generation gaming console. Running on Rockstar’s proprietary

Trailer Observations

Now that the chaos has died down a bit, we’ve had a chance to pick through the trailer to see what kind of technical upgrades might be hiding under the proverbial hood of GTA IV. Note, these aren’t all confirmed features, per se, but they do seem to indicate things will, in fact, be different. Perhaps the most obvious technical

Rockstar to Use NaturalMotion’s euphoria Engine

“Oxford, UK – Feb 27 2007¬†NaturalMotion today announced a partnership with Rockstar Games, Inc., the world-renowned publishing label, to integrate NaturalMotion’s revolutionary euphoria engine into upcoming next-generation Rockstar Games titles. Rockstar and NaturalMotion announced a partnership (PDF), which will allow Rockstar to use NaturalMotion’s “euphoria” dynamic motion engine for “upcoming next-generation Rockstar Games titles.” We cautiously assume this to include GTA IV,

GTAIV to use RAGE?

According to an article on MTV, Grand Theft Auto IV will use the RAGE graphics engine – the same engine which was used in “Rockstar Games Presents TableTennis.” “[In a recent interview about Table Tennis, a new game from Rockstar,] the Rockstar reps explained that the game was running on RAGE, the Rockstar Advanced Game Engine. This is the graphics