Outstanding sport developer Gordon Corridor–who based the studio that might develop into Rockstar Leeds and would go on to work on Pink Lifeless Redemption, L.A. Noire, and different main games–has died. He was 51.
GI.biz reported Corridor’s passing after information broke from members of the Yorkshire sport improvement group, which is the place Corridor spent quite a lot of time.
Corridor based Mobius Leisure in 1997, which labored on quite a few Sport Boy and Sport Boy Advance titles, together with Max Payne. Take-Two Interactive acquired Mobius and re-named it Rockstar Leeds. On the studio, Corridor labored on GTA: Liberty Metropolis Tales and GTA: Chinatown Wars, efficiently bringing the GTA franchise to Nintendo’s handheld console for the primary time.
Corridor later moved on to Rockstar San Diego to assist with Pink Lifeless Redemption. He took a sabbatical from 2011-2013 after which joined Activision Blizzard’s Cellular division as its chief inventive officer.
Corridor was a founding member of Activision Cellular and a studio known as The Blast Furnace, which was devoted to creating cellular video games primarily based on Activision’s franchises.
A reason behind loss of life was not introduced. Corridor is survived by his son, James.