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Rockstar Advanced Game Engine (RAGE) is a graphics engine developed by Rockstar San Diego. Is the engine of GTA IV and its expansions.
It is a game engine created by a small team called "RAGE Technology Group" in the video game developer Rockstar San Diego Rockstar North's contributions. Rockstar developed the engine to facilitate game development on PC and the PlayStation 3, Wii and Xbox 360. The base engine is the Angel Game Engine developed by Rockstar San Diego for use in the sixth generation of the console in the Midnight Club series and several other games from Rockstar San Diego.
Prior to the creation of RAGE, Rockstar based its RenderWare engine games, including all Grand Theft Auto Stories prior to the series. RAGE development began with the acquisition of Criterion (the company behind RenderWare) by Electronic Arts conglomerate. Finally, Rockstar decided not to use the RenderWare engine due to a clause in the contract of EA.
Games using RAGE
. Table Tennis (Xbox 360, Wii), 2006
. Grand Theft Auto IV (PC, PS3, Xbox 360), 2008
. Midnight Club: Los Angeles (PS3, Xbox 360), 2008
. Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned (PC, PS3, Xbox 360), 2009
Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony (PC, PS3, Xbox 360), 2009
.Red Dead Redemption (PS3, Xbox 360), 2010
Max Payne 3 (PC, PS3, Xbox 360), 2012
. Agent (PS3), 2012
Euphoria is a program created by the company Natural Motion, in charge of the physical movements of objects or characters in 3D. history
Its first product was used Endorphin animations with 3D shapes.
In March 2006, the company took Euphoria. It was the same features as above but now the program and could be used with the functions of PlayStation 3, Xbox 360 and PC.
The third product was removed Morpheme, an advanced and powerful artifact with whom I had better quality.
Euphoria was used to create the physics engine of Grand Theft Auto IV. The program achieves the game characters can move more fluently and less abrupt movements. When interacting with the environment, the characters move in the manner with which is combined with the object. Example: When shooting the character, it moves toward the direction of where he's been shot.
There is currently a demo available on its web Endorphin officer.
The physical engine was also used in Table Tennis (Rockstar Another delivery) in Star Wars: The Force Unleashed and Pure.