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David Jones, boss of Dundee's Realtime Worlds, is hanging out on Epic's thronged, buzzing, walled-in stand on the Game Developers Conference show floor. He's been helping Mark Rein hawk the Unreal engine by running live demos of the Unreal-powered APB, direct from the online crime game's beta servers. The compact Scot, still boyish in appearance but with an unassuming, confident manner that's very grown-up, worked on the likes of Lemmings for Psygnosis before co-founding DMA Design, later Rockstar North, and co-creating Grand Theft Auto. He founded Realtime Worlds in , and the studio made its name with Crackdown, an exuberant open-world actioner for Microsoft. It's now approaching the finish line on APB, an almost-massively multiplayer crime game that pitches players, controlling criminals and Enforcers, into the seedy city of San Paro. Featuring a mission system that dynamically matches players against each other, deep customisation of your characters' look, vehicles and even theme tune, and more twitchy, thunderous driving and shooting than any MMO can boast, APB is an easy sell but still raises many questions.
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Earlier this week, Crackdown creator David Jones talked to Gamesindustry about his departure from the popular action-adventure series. Rumors and conspiracies have fueled the rumor mill for some time, but Jones says the truth is quite mundane: He just felt like it was time to move on. Jones, who talked to Gamesindustry at Gamelab Barcelona, admits the decision to leave was "tough," but was also "just the right thing to do at the right time. Jones who also created Grand Theft Auto and Lemmings founded Reagent Games, which closed up shop around the end of This closure seemingly left Crackdown 3's development in an interesting predicament, but Jones says Reagent was mostly on-hand to serve as a consultant; Sumo Digital did—and continues to do—all the heavy lifting.