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Published on January 5th, 2007 | by Daniel David

Rare founders exit the stage

Chris and Tim Stamper, the founders and people behind N64 hit classics like Goldeneye and Perfect Dark 64 left the studio at the end of year. They have claimed that they are not leaving after news that Viva Pinata sales were dissappointing to say the least.

Even though games from Rare haven’t been on par since the original Perfect Dark came out they helped shaped first person shooters in my eyes and gave gamers games that we all wanted to play and enjoyed. We say good luck and hope to see something from them soon.


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