Rockstar New England

From the Audiovisual Identity Database, the motion graphics museum


On April 4, 2008 (after the release of Bully: Scholarship Edition), Massachusetts-based game developer Mad Doc Software was acquired by Rockstar Games for $6 million, and rebranded as Rockstar New England. The studio then began work on a sequel to Bully, but eventually entered development hell (and has presumably been cancelled) as much of the staff reallocated to other Rockstar projects; many features originally created for Bully 2 can be found in these games.

Logo (October 21, 2008)

Visuals: As the second baseball hits the Rockstar Vancouver logo, it flips over to a black Rockstar shield with a lime green border and "R", with "ROCKSTAR NEW ENGLAND" appearing below when the three baseballs hit it at once. A brick then hits the logo, which spins rapidly (alternating between the Vancouver, New England and main Rockstar logos) before flipping to the main Rockstar Games logo.

Technique: CGI.

Audio: Same as the Rockstar Games logo variant.

Availability: Only seen on the PC version of Bully: Scholarship Edition.

Mad Doc Software
Rockstar New England
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