Gordon Hall, the founder of Rockstar Leeds and also a signature on games such as GTA and Red Dead Redemption, passed away at the age of 51.
Founder of Rockstar Leeds Gordon HallHe passed away at the age of 51. The news comes from various developers in Yorkshire. Hall continued his work largely on the Yorkshire side. Rockstar Leeds, which he founded, had his signature in games such as GTA Chinatown Wars.
Rockstar Leed founder Gordon Hall dies at 51
Hall’s gaming career began in 1997 by founding Möbius Entertainment, which develops various Game Boy and Game Boy Advanced games. After working on the GBA version of Max Payne, Rockstar Games bought the studio and is named Rockstar Leeds. changed.
Under the name Gordon Hall, Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories and GTA: Chinatown Wars, the team worked with other Rockstar teams to release titles. Hall even worked for Rockstar San Diego in 2009, when he contributed to the development of Red Dead Redemption. Then, between 2011 and 2013, he took a short break to research player psychology and microprocessing strategies, and returned to the games as chief creative officer for Activision Blizzard Mobile.
Martyn Brown “Founder of Team17 and head of business development at Five Aces Publishing -” Gordon was a wonderful, incredibly motivating and always positive person you would want to be around. ” “His pursuit of perfection was surprising and he built a big, trusting bond with those who chose to work with him. As a close friend, he was truly inspiring and energetic who could entertain everyone he spoke to. He was a fun personality who can hold everyone in the palm of his hand. Gordon will be greatly missed with sadness.”
The memory of Rockstar Leeds founder Gordon Hall will be kept alive by his son James. Founded in England, the company is currently operating in Yorkshire. He worked on games such as GTA V, The Warrios, LA Noire, Beaterator, Manhunt 2. Although it has been quiet nowadays, it is an important company that works in many areas under the roof of Rockstar Games. A studio that can keep the memory of founder Gordon Hall alive and honor his name with his work.