Grand Theft Auto – the Kate Moss Years

By Patrick Garratt, Friday, 8 February 2008 09:43 GMT


This is awesome. Mike Dailly, one of the original DMA Design staffers, has shared his photo collection from the early days of the studio, which eventually became Rockstar North and took responsibility for that funny Grand Theft Auto Game.

“Mike Dailly, one of the originals from DMA has uploaded several photo sets to Flickr, showing the background daily life of DMA from the early 90’s right through to the point the company became Gremloid/Rockstarred,” said PR stalwart. Brian Baglow.

There’s some amazing stuff in there, including a 3D visualisation of the original GTA, as well as a game called “Kid Kirby”, which never released.

Find the shots here. Thanks to GameSetWatch.

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