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Rockstar Lincoln

Rockstar Lincoln
Subsidiary of Rockstar Games
Industry Game development
Founded 1997 (as Tarantula Studios)
2002 (as Rockstar Lincoln)
Headquarters Lincoln, Lincolnshire, England
Products Grand Theft Auto (GBC)
Owner Take-Two Interactive
Parent Rockstar Games
Website http://www.rockstarlincoln.com/

Rockstar Lincoln (formerly Tarantula Studios), is a British video game developer based in Lincoln, England. It is a subsidiary of Rockstar Games and is their dedicated quality assurance and software localisation studio,[1] responsible for game testing and translating games developed by Rockstar studios.[2]

Before becoming solely a quality assurance facility, Rockstar Lincoln developed video games, including the Game Boy Color version of Grand Theft Auto and the Game Boy Color video game Las Vegas Cool Hand.

References

  1. ^ Rockstar Lincoln. "Rockstar Lincoln: Official Site". Rockstar Lincoln. Retrieved 9 September 2007. 
  2. ^ "Could you test games for a living?" Lincolnshire Echo - this is Lincolnshire, 9 July 2009. Retrieved 15 April 2011.

External links

  • Rockstar Lincoln website
  • Official Rockstar Games website


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