Rockstar Games, Inc. (sometimes referred to as Rockstar NYC) is an American video game publisher, best known for their Grand Theft Auto, Red Dead, Midnight Club, Max Payne, The Warriors, Bully, and Manhunt games. Based in New York City, it was set up by Take-Two Interactive in December 1998, as successor to British video game publisher BMG Interactive Entertainment, a division of BMG Entertainment, from Bertelsmann, which was previously acquired. While some of the studios Take-Two Interactive has acquired have been merged into the Rockstar brand, several other recent ones have retained their previous identities and have become part of Take-Twos 2K Games label. The Rockstar Games label was founded in December 1998 by the British video game producers Terry Donovan, Sam Houser, Dan Houser, Jamie King and Gary Foreman. Donovan left the company in January 2007, following a four-month leave of absence. He was replaced by former Capcom managing director, Gary Dale.
Highest paying job titles at Rockstar Games include Software Developer, Software Engineer, and R&D Engineer