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Rockstar tinkered with the idea of physical interrogations in L.A. Noire

Jeronimo Barrera, VP of product development at Rockstar, has said that during L.A. Noire’s development, the team played around with allowing Cole Phelps to beat the truth out of a suspect.

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  • Max Payne 3: You can stop worrying, now

    In a world where sequels, “spiritual successors” and long-overdue reboots are getting thrown around like nobody’s business, developers are struggling to keep all the people happy all the time. A lot of them are taking the unusual approach of changing virtually everything about the game in order to release their new, loosely-affiliated project. Rockstar Games, […]

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  • Rockstar: Future will be boring if games are only about "shooting things, dying and starting over"

    L.A. Noire director and Team Bondi founder Brendan McNamara and Rockstar VP of development Jeronimo Barrera have stated in an interview that the L.A. Noire is a step towards creating a games which revolve around human drama, which may eventually pave the way for the developer to create a weapon-free game in the future.

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  • Video - Red Dead Redemption gets even more footage

    Gamestrailers TV’s shown off some new exclusive footage of Red Dead Redemption. As you’d expect, it looks like the business.

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  • Rockstar going for a "different approach" with LA Noire

    Rockstar’s told Edge that it’s going for a “different approach” with LA Noire when it releases later this year.

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  • Max Payne 3 to use new voice actor

    Rockstar VP of development Jeronimo Barrera has told Game Informer that Max Payne will be voiced by a new actor in his third game. James McCaffrey added the vocals for the first two titles. An older actor is to be used, apparently. The company isn’t using an established star for the role. The game’s out […]

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  • Rockstar: DLC is the "future of gaming"

    Fat pipes are the way forward, Rockstar said this morning, claiming that downloading game content is the “future” for the medium. “I think people are seeing this as the future of gaming, and we see it,” GTA dev chief Jeronimo Barrera said in the latest Major Nelson podcast. “Obviously we’re going to continue to create […]

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  • Rockstar: The Lost and Damned plot "exceeds what's out there is all other mainstream media"

    Rockstar dev head Jeronimo Barrera has said he believes The Lost and Damned script “exceeds” writing currently available in all forms of media. “If you put The Lost and Damned up as a movie script, man, it’d be crazy,” he said, talking in the latest Major Nelson podcast. “We want the gamers to realise that […]

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  • Rockstar: We've made a full game in The Lost and Damned

    Rockstar dev boss Jeronimo Barrera has confirmed that GTA IV DLC The Lost and Damned – releasing tomorrow – is at the limit of Live’s file-size restriction, and should be considered a full game. “There’s nothing ever been out like it,” Barrera told Major Nelson in the first section of a two-part audio interview. “We’ve […]

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  • GTA IV Xbox 360 "episodes" are experiment, says Rockstar

    Speaking here, Jeronimo Barrera, Rockstar’s VP of product development has said that the upcoming Xbox 360 content for GTA IV, famously paid for by Microsoft, is a first step for the company into episodic development. “We are calling the downloadable content (coming to the Xbox 360) episodes,” he said. But it’s “an experiment” they’re quick […]

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