R star Leeds founder hall died and participated in the production of GTA: the story of free city

Gordon hall, founder of Rockstar Leeds, has died at the age of 51 and the cause of death has not yet been announced, according to a topic discussed today by R-star Yorkshire developers.

Hall founded MBIUS entertainment in the UK in 1997, which is mainly engaged in the development of handheld games, including game boy’s advanced version of Max Payne. In 2004, take two acquired the company and renamed it Rockstar Leeds. Sam Houser, founder of R star, said the company’s performance in creating Max Payne was excellent enough for them to join.

R star Leeds founder hall died and participated in the production of GTA: the story of free city

As the president of Rockstar Leeds studio and an expert in handheld games, hall worked with R star to develop GTA: free city story and GTA: Chinatown war, and transplanted other R Star Games. Hall also participated in the development of “black Los Angeles”, “wild escort” and “R star table tennis”. In 2011, hall resigned from R star and joined Activision Blizzard mobile as chief creative engineer.

R star Leeds founder hall died and participated in the production of GTA: the story of free city