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'''Rockstar Vancouver''', formerly known as '''Barking Dog Studios''', was a video game studio located in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia. It was founded in 1998 by several former employees of Radical Entertainment. It was renamed when [[Rockstar Games]] acquired Barking Dog Studios in 2002, after Barking Dog had made games such as Homeworld: Cataclysm among other major releases.
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'''Rockstar Vancouver''', formerly known as '''Barking Dog Studios''', was a video game studio located in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, [[Canada]]. It was founded in 1998 by several former employees of Radical Entertainment. It was renamed when [[Rockstar Games]] acquired Barking Dog Studios in [[2002]], after Barking Dog had made games such as Homeworld: Cataclysm among other major releases.
  
Rockstar Vancouver released '''Bully''', a controversial title exclusively for the [[PlayStation 2]] on 17 October 2006. Rockstar Vancouver employs 75 people and develops action titles exclusively for Rockstar Games. Bully was eventually ported to the [[Xbox 360]] and Wii in 2008, in the form of 'Bully: Scholarship Edition' by Mad Doc Software, now known as [[Rockstar New England]]. Rockstar Vancouver released Max Payne 3 in May, 2012 to rave reviews and good sales. However, less than three months after Max Payne 3's release, Rockstar shuttered its Vancouver studio, and merged it with [[Rockstar Toronto]].
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Rockstar Vancouver released '''Bully''', a controversial title exclusively for the [[PlayStation 2]] on 17 October [[2006]]. Rockstar Vancouver employs 75 people and develops action titles exclusively for Rockstar Games. Bully was eventually ported to the [[Xbox 360]] and Wii in 2008, in the form of 'Bully: Scholarship Edition' by Mad Doc Software, now known as [[Rockstar New England]]. Rockstar Vancouver released Max Payne 3 in May, 2012 to rave reviews and good sales. However, less than three months after Max Payne 3's release, Rockstar closed its Vancouver studio, and merged it with [[Rockstar Toronto]].
  
 
==Games==
 
==Games==
 
===As Barking Dog Studios===
 
===As Barking Dog Studios===
* ''[[wp:Homeworld: Cataclysm|Homeworld: Cataclysm]] (2000) ([[PC]])
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* ''[[wp:Homeworld: Cataclysm|Homeworld: Cataclysm]] ([[2000]], [[Personal Computer|PC]])
* ''[[wp:Counter-Strike|Counter-Strike]] (2000) (PC) (various maps) (with [[wp:Valve Software|Valve Software]])
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* ''[[wp:Counter-Strike|Counter-Strike]] (2000, PC, various maps, with [[wp:Valve Software|Valve Software]])
* ''[[wp:Global Operations|Global Operations]]'' (2002) (PC)
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* ''[[wp:Global Operations|Global Operations]]'' ([[2002]], PC)
* ''[[wp:Treasure Planet: Battle at Procyon|Treasure Planet: Battle at Procyon]]'' (2002) (PC)
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* ''[[wp:Treasure Planet: Battle at Procyon|Treasure Planet: Battle at Procyon]]'' (2002, PC)
  
 
===As Rockstar Vancouver===
 
===As Rockstar Vancouver===
* ''[[Bully]]'' (2006) ([[PlayStation 2]])
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* ''[[Bully]]'' ([[2006]], [[PlayStation 2]])
* ''[[Bully|Bully: Scholarship Edition]]'' (2008) ([[Xbox 360]], Wii, PC) (with [[Rockstar New England]] and [[Rockstar Toronto]])
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* ''[[Bully|Bully: Scholarship Edition]]'' ([[2008]], [[Xbox 360]], Wii, PC, with [[Rockstar New England]] and [[Rockstar Toronto]])
* ''[[wp:Max Payne 3|Max Payne 3]]'' (2012) ([[PlayStation 3]], Xbox 360, PC)
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* ''[[wp:Max Payne 3|Max Payne 3]]'' ([[2012]], [[PlayStation 3]], Xbox 360, PC)
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Latest revision as of 00:25, 19 July 2012

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Rockstar Vancouver, formerly known as Barking Dog Studios, was a video game studio located in downtown Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. It was founded in 1998 by several former employees of Radical Entertainment. It was renamed when Rockstar Games acquired Barking Dog Studios in 2002, after Barking Dog had made games such as Homeworld: Cataclysm among other major releases.

Rockstar Vancouver released Bully, a controversial title exclusively for the PlayStation 2 on 17 October 2006. Rockstar Vancouver employs 75 people and develops action titles exclusively for Rockstar Games. Bully was eventually ported to the Xbox 360 and Wii in 2008, in the form of 'Bully: Scholarship Edition' by Mad Doc Software, now known as Rockstar New England. Rockstar Vancouver released Max Payne 3 in May, 2012 to rave reviews and good sales. However, less than three months after Max Payne 3's release, Rockstar closed its Vancouver studio, and merged it with Rockstar Toronto.

Games

As Barking Dog Studios

As Rockstar Vancouver