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[[File:RAGELogo.png|thumb|right|230px|Rockstar Advanced Game Engine logo.]]
 
[[File:RAGELogo.png|thumb|right|230px|Rockstar Advanced Game Engine logo.]]
'''RAGE''', short of '''Rockstar Advanced Game Engine''', is a game engine created by a small team called the "'''RAGE Technology Group'''" at the video game developer [[Rockstar San Diego]] with contributions by other Rockstar studios. The team develops and supports the engine libraries and tools for graphics, physics, animation, networking, AI, character behaviors, core systems and other technologies that are used across Rockstar for [[Xbox 360]], [[PlayStation 3]] and [[PC]] titles.<ref name="rockstar">[https://www.rockstargames.com/jobs/openings/rage Careers at RAGE Technology Group]</ref> It has been used to create ''Rockstar Games Presents Table Tennis'' and ''[[Grand Theft Auto IV]]''.<ref>[http://planetgrandtheftauto.gamespy.com/fullstory.php?id=83391 RAGE Graphics Engine Confirmed] June 15, 2006</ref><ref>[http://ir.take2games.com/ReleaseDetail.cfm?ReleaseID=195753 Rockstar Games announces Grand Theft Auto IV] May 9, 2006</ref>
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'''RAGE''', short of '''Rockstar Advanced Game Engine''', is a game engine created by a small team called the "'''RAGE Technology Group'''" at the video game developer [[Rockstar San Diego]] with contributions by other Rockstar studios. Besides the physics library, which is made by a third party developers, the team develops and supports the engine libraries and tools for graphics, animation, networking, AI, character behaviors, core systems and other technologies that are used across Rockstar for [[Xbox 360]], [[PlayStation 3]] and [[PC]] titles.<ref name="rockstar">[https://www.rockstargames.com/jobs/openings/rage Careers at RAGE Technology Group]</ref> It has been used to create ''Rockstar Games Presents Table Tennis'' and ''[[Grand Theft Auto IV]]''.<ref>[http://planetgrandtheftauto.gamespy.com/fullstory.php?id=83391 RAGE Graphics Engine Confirmed] June 15, 2006</ref><ref>[http://ir.take2games.com/ReleaseDetail.cfm?ReleaseID=195753 Rockstar Games announces Grand Theft Auto IV] May 9, 2006</ref>
  
 
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Games that employ RAGE includes<ref name="rockstar"></ref>:
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* [[RenderWare]], preceding game engine standard in most [[GTA III Era|third generation GTA games]].
 
* [[RenderWare]], preceding game engine standard in most [[GTA III Era|third generation GTA games]].
 
* [[Euphoria]], a [[Physics Engine|motion and physics engine]] incorporated into RAGE.
 
* [[Euphoria]], a [[Physics Engine|motion and physics engine]] incorporated into RAGE.
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* [[Bullet Physics Library|Bullet]], a physics library incorporated into RAGE.
  
 
==References==
 
==References==

Revision as of 17:02, 19 June 2013

Rockstar Advanced Game Engine logo.

RAGE, short of Rockstar Advanced Game Engine, is a game engine created by a small team called the "RAGE Technology Group" at the video game developer Rockstar San Diego with contributions by other Rockstar studios. Besides the physics library, which is made by a third party developers, the team develops and supports the engine libraries and tools for graphics, animation, networking, AI, character behaviors, core systems and other technologies that are used across Rockstar for Xbox 360, PlayStation 3 and PC titles.[1] It has been used to create Rockstar Games Presents Table Tennis and Grand Theft Auto IV.[2][3]

Games that employ RAGE includes[1]:

See also

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 Careers at RAGE Technology Group
  2. RAGE Graphics Engine Confirmed June 15, 2006
  3. Rockstar Games announces Grand Theft Auto IV May 9, 2006

External links