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Rare Limited is a British video game developer and a studio of Xbox Game Studios based in Twycross. Rare are known for their games spanning many genres, which include platforming, first-person shooter, action-adventure, fighting, and racing. Some of their most popular titles include games from the Donkey Kong, Banjo-Kazooie, Conker, Viva Piñata, Grabbed by the Ghoulies, and Battletoads series, as well as games like GoldenEye 007, Perfect Dark, and Sea of Thieves.
The company was established in 1985 by brothers Tim and Chris Stamper, who also founded Ultimate Play the Game. During its early years, Rare was backed by an unlimited budget from Nintendo, primarily concentrated on Nintendo Entertainment System (NES) games. During this time the studio created successful games such as Wizards & Warriors, R.C. Pro-Am, and Battletoads. Rare became a prominent second-party developer for Nintendo, which came to own a large minority stake of the company. Throughout the 1990s and early 2000s, Rare started selling their games under the trademark name "Rareware" and received international recognition and critical acclaim for games such as the Donkey Kong Country trilogy, Killer Instinct, GoldenEye 007, Banjo-Kazooie, Perfect Dark, and Conker's Bad Fur Day.
In 2002, Microsoft acquired Rare, which retained the original brand, logo, and most intellectual properties. Rare has since focused on developing games exclusively for Microsoft's video game consoles, including Grabbed by the Ghoulies, Kameo, Perfect Dark Zero, and Viva Piñata. In 2007, the Stampers left Rare to pursue other opportunities and, in 2010, the company's focus shifted to the Xbox Live Avatar and Kinect, releasing three Kinect Sports games. Fans and former employees have been critical of Microsoft's buyout of Rare, citing a significant drop in game quality and the loss of original talent. In 2015, Rare developed Rare Replay, an Xbox One-exclusive compilation containing 30 of its games to celebrate its 30th anniversary. Rare's most recent game, Sea of Thieves, was released in 2018.
Several key employees left Rare to form their own companies, such as Free Radical Design, best known for producing the TimeSplitters series, and Playtonic Games, best known for producing Yooka-Laylee. Rare is widely acknowledged by the gaming industry and has received numerous accolades from critics and journalists, though often described as secretive and seclusive.
Super rare and coveted by those that are in the knowing
I should keep this but I do not require it
She is 50-70 years young and in excellent condition for her age
Comes with some shells and the sling that is era matching and been on her since day one
$1k flat nothing less and no trades needed
Selling a retro Israeli Galil Gallant James River Armory Rifle: 5.56 / .223 caliber
With: 18-inch long barrel 1:9 twist, Polymer handguards & grip, folding stock
Original Israeli markings and Star Of David logo on the rear of the receiver
Comes with Two 30 Rd Mags
Must have VALID AZ ID...
Great gun low round count and minimal wear, always maintained and cleaned after use. Easy to use .380 cal (9mm Browning) and very accurate. Compares with Kimber .380 micro. Great deal on this beauty at only$450, these sell for about $600 on GunBroker. Open to trades for 1911's or make me an...
I have to find a new home for my little take down M4 survival rifle. It was issued to pilots towards the end of WW2 as a hunting rifle. It was never intended to be a defensive, or offensive weapon but was issued fmj ammo to comply with Geneva convention regulations. It is a very nice, looks to...
Up for sale is a cool little .32 llama made in 1944. It's the 1st model, 1st varient, mini 1911. Very neat little pistol. Can't imagine going to war and this little thing as my duty gun! But I guess they're still deadly in the right hands. It doesn't have the "gecko" proof, so it my not have...