Secrets Rockstar Snuck Right By You

Rockstar Games was founded in 1998 by Dan and Sam Houser, two brothers who would go on to produce and write for Rockstar’s biggest titles, including the “Grand Theft Auto” series and “Bully.” Not only that, but Sam, interestingly, has made sly appearances in a fair number of the studio’s games. The first of these was in “Grand Theft Auto 3,” where Sam Houser appeared as a clerk in the Ammu-Nation store, a role that he would reprise in “Grand Theft Auto: Vice City.”

Sam Houser’s next appearance came a few years later in Rockstar’s “Midnight Club: Street Racing.” However, this appearance can be a bit harder for players to spot: He is only featured on posters for a fictional movie titled “Say Sorry, Be Nice!” Curious players can find these posters in the game’s virtual rendition of Times Square. 

Finally, the character of Sam Odessa in “Red Dead Redemption” appears to be modeled after Sam Houser appearance. In the main game, players interact with the character multiple times for a line of quests — and this same character model also appears as a corpse in the game’s “Undead Nightmare” DLC.

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bourbiza is an entertainment reporter for iltuoiphone News and is based in Los Angeles.

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