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Old 29 November 2002, 12:02   #1
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Question DMA Design: GTA III and Lemmings?

I wonder if the DMA Design team that did GTA III is the same DMA Design team that did Lemmings.
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Old 29 November 2002, 15:31   #2
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I guess not, because GTA II is quite nasty IMO, no matter the hype. I was VERY disapointed with GTA, I expected much more from DMA Design.
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Old 29 November 2002, 16:14   #3
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Could be that they just changed style a bit Akira. Maybe fired a couple of people and hired some other.
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Old 29 November 2002, 18:40   #4
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I remember reading somewhere that the Lemmings peeps went of and tried to form there own company ..I dont recall much else
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Old 30 November 2002, 00:33   #5
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GTA II and III were made by rockstar, a division of DMA. They were bought out but allowed to keep the name, so i doubt it was the same people.
 
Old 30 November 2002, 00:34   #6
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More likely is DMA are a part of Rockstar games. Rockstar games are quite big
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yeah... this happens a lot, i seem to recall a story about WipEout for the PSX... none of the original team worked on Wip3out.., except one of the tracks were made by Cold Storage (in house psygnosis musican)
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Old 30 November 2002, 20:36   #9
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Well DMA and Rockstar merged (who ever bought out the other) They were then both bought out by Take Two.
 
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Not many people know this but the original wipeout music was made using an amiga

"I used lots of different equipment for the sounds - Akai S2800, Roland JD800, Time & Space Sample CD's and samples from the strangest places(!) It was all sequenced on an Amiga running Bars & Pipes ( not many people know the package ). But the Amiga provided some 8bit sounds in the mix too, with the occasional percussion sound and bass line. "
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