Rockstar Toronto (formerly Rockstar Canada) is an in-house game development team for Rockstar Games and Take-Two Interactive, located in Oakville, Ontario, Canada, a town located approximately twenty minutes west of Toronto. The company was renamed Rockstar Toronto in 2002 after Rockstar Games bought Vancouver-based Barking Dog Studios and renamed it Rockstar Vancouver.
In recent years, Rockstar Toronto has taken the responsibility of porting titles to the Wii console and PC with varying degrees of success. Rockstar Toronto's PC port of Grand Theft Auto IV received scathing reviews due to multiple bugs and glitches. Bit-tech went as far as to name the PC port the fourth "most disappointing game" of 2008.
- Grand Theft Auto: Episodes from Liberty City – 2010 (PC) (with Rockstar North)
- Grand Theft Auto IV: The Lost and Damned - 2010 (PC) (with Rockstar North)
- Grand Theft Auto: The Ballad of Gay Tony - 2010 (PC) (with Rockstar North)
- Grand Theft Auto IV  – 2008 (PC) (with Rockstar North)
- Bully: Scholarship Edition  – 2008 (Wii) (with Rockstar Vancouver and Rockstar New England)
- Manhunt 2  – 2007 (Wii) (with Rockstar London and Rockstar Leeds)
- The Warriors – 2005 (PlayStation 2, Xbox, PlayStation Portable) (with Rockstar Leeds)
- Max Payne  – 2001 (PlayStation 2) (with Remedy Entertainment, Rockstar Vienna, and Rockstar Leeds)
- Oni  – 2001 (PlayStation 2) (with Bungie Studios)
- Grand Theft Auto: London, 1969 – 1999 (PC, PlayStation 1) (with Rockstar North)
- ↑ Grand Theft Auto 4 PC Suffering From Numerous Issues. 1UP.com (4 December 2008). Retrieved on 6 December 2008.
- ↑ Top Five Most Disappointing Games of 2008 (30 December 2008). Retrieved on 31 December 2008.
- ↑ RockstarWatch.net. Kikizo's Hands-On GTAIV PC Preview. Retrieved on 2008-11-05.
- ↑ MobyGames. Bully (Scholarship Edition) for Wii. Retrieved on 2008-04-14.
- ↑ Take-Two Interactive. Rockstar Games announces Manhunt 2 for the PlayStation2 computer entertainment system, PSP (PlayStationPortable) system, and the Wii. Retrieved on 2008-04-14.
- ↑ Rockstar Toronto. Max Payne product page. Retrieved on 2008-04-14.
- ↑ Rockstar Toronto. Oni product page. Retrieved on 2008-04-14.
- ↑ Rockstar Toronto. Grand Theft Auto: London, 1969 product page. Retrieved on 2008-04-14.