R star Leeds founder died and developed “Grand Theft Auto: bloody battle in Chinatown”

Gordon hall, founder of Rockstar Leeds studio, died yesterday at the age of 51.

In 1997, hall founded MBIUS entertainment, a GBA handheld development studio, which was acquired by take two in 2004 and renamed Rockstar

R star Leeds founder died and developed

Leeds studio. Rockstar

Leeds studio took over the production of PSP game “Grand Theft Auto: the story of free city” and “Grand Theft Auto: The Legend of evil city”, and NDS classic game “Grand Theft Auto: bloody battle in Chinatown”.

In 2009, hall participated in the development of the wild escort in Rockstar San Diego. After his vacation, he returned to the game industry in 2012 and led blast

Furnace (formerly known as motv Leeds studio) became the chief creative officer of motv mobile. In 2015, hall left blast furniture and the game industry.

In an interview, a rockstar spokesman said: “I learned about Gordon

After the news of Hall’s death, we were very sad. During the time he worked with us, Gordon created some really wonderful games, which also helped to create the classic “Grand Theft Auto: bloody battle in Chinatown”. May he rest in peace. We also extend our condolences to his family and friends. “