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''[[Grand Theft Auto: London 1969]]'' (1999) (with [[Rockstar North]]) ([[PC]], [[PlayStation 1]])
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* ''[[Grand Theft Auto: London 1969]]'' (1999) (with [[Rockstar North]]) ([[PC]], [[PlayStation 1]])
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* ''[[wp:Oni|Oni]]'' (2001) ([[PlayStation 2]]) (with [[wp:Bungie Studios|Bungie Studios]])
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* ''[[wp:Max Payne|Max Payne]]'' (2001) (PS2) (with [[wp:Remedy Entertainment|Remedy Entertainment]], [[Rockstar Vienna]] and [[Rockstar Leeds]])
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* ''[[wp:Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne|Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne]]'' (2003) (PS2) (with Remedy Entertainment and Rockstar Vienna)
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* ''[[wp:The Warriors (video game)|The Warriors]]'' (2005) (PS2, [[Xbox]], [[PlayStation Portable]]) (with Rockstar Leeds)
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* ''[[Manhunt 2]]'' (2007) (Wii) (with [[Rockstar London]] and Rockstar Leeds)
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* ''[[wp:Bully: Scholarship Edition|Bully: Scholarship Edition]]'' (2008) (Wii) (with [[Rockstar Vancouver]] and [[Rockstar New England]])
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* ''[[Grand Theft Auto IV]]'' (2008) ([[PC]]) (with [[Rockstar North]])
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* ''[[The Lost and Damned]]'' (2008) (PC) (with Rockstar North)
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* ''[[The Ballad of Gay Tony]]'' (2009) (PC) (with Rockstar North)
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* ''[[GTA IV Episodes#Episodes from Liberty City|Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City]]'' (2010) (PC) (with Rockstar North)
  
''[[wp:Oni|Oni]]'' (2001) ([[PlayStation 2]]) (with [[wp:Bungie Studios|Bungie Studios]])
 
 
''[[wp:Max Payne|Max Payne]]'' (2001) (PS2) (with [[wp:Remedy Entertainment|Remedy Entertainment]], [[Rockstar Vienna]] and [[Rockstar Leeds]])
 
 
''[[wp:Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne|Max Payne 2: The Fall of Max Payne]]'' (2003) (PS2) (with Remedy Entertainment and Rockstar Vienna)
 
 
''[[wp:The Warriors (video game)|The Warriors]]'' (2005) (PS2, [[Xbox]], [[PlayStation Portable]]) (with Rockstar Leeds)
 
 
''[[Manhunt 2]]'' (2007) (Wii) (with [[Rockstar London]] and Rockstar Leeds)
 
 
''[[wp:Bully: Scholarship Edition|Bully: Scholarship Edition]]'' (2008) (Wii) (with [[Rockstar Vancouver]] and [[Rockstar New England]])
 
 
''[[Grand Theft Auto IV]]'' (2008) ([[PC]]) (with [[Rockstar North]])
 
 
''[[The Lost and Damned]]'' (2008) (PC) (with Rockstar North)
 
 
''[[The Ballad of Gay Tony]]'' (2009) (PC) (with Rockstar North)
 
 
''[[GTA IV Episodes#Episodes from Liberty City|Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City]]'' (2010) (PC) (with Rockstar North)
 
 
[[Category:Rockstar Games]]
 
[[Category:Rockstar Games]]
 
[[Category:Companies]]
 
[[Category:Companies]]

Latest revision as of 21:23, 30 July 2012

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Rockstar Toronto (formerly Rockstar Canada) is an in-house game development team for Rockstar Games and Take-Two Interactive, located in Oakville, Ontario, Canada (a suburb of Toronto). The company was renamed Rockstar Toronto in 2002 after Rockstar Games bought Vancouver-based Barking Dog Studios and re-named it Rockstar Vancouver, to avoid confusion between the Canadian-based Rockstar companies.

Its most notable releases are Max Payne (PlayStation 2 version), The Warriors, and Manhunt 2 for the Wii, although recently Rockstar Toronto has primarily released PC ports of other Rockstar games, like the Grand Theft Auto series.

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