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Black Rock Studio, formerly known as Climax Racing, was established in Brighton in early 2000 and is one of the industry's premier racing studios. Now part of Disney Interactive Studios, an affiliate of the Walt Disney Company, Black Rock Studio produces original racing genre games.<br /> <br><br><br /> Games:<br /> <br><ul><br /> <li>Pure Xbox 360, PS3 and PC (2008)<br /> <li>MotoGP'07 Xbox360 and PC (2007)<br /> <li>ATV Offroad Fury 4 PS2 (2006)<br /> <li>ATV Offroad Fury Pro PSP (2006)<br /> <li>MotoGP '06 Xbox 360 (2006)<br /> <li>MotoGP3 Xbox and PC (2005)<br /> <li>ATV Offroad Fury 3 PS2 (2004)<br /> <li>MotoGP2 Xbox and PC (2003)<br /> <li>The Italian Job PS2 Xbox Gamecube (2003)<br /> <li>ATV Quad Power Racing 2 PS2 Xbox Gamecube (2003)<br /> <li>Rally Fusion PS2 Xbox (2002)<br /> <li>MotoGP1 Xbox, Xbox Live and PC (2002)<br /> </ul>

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Black Rock Studios' Tony Beckwith

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  • 15 West Street
  • Brighton
  • BN1 2RE
  • United Kingdom

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