Diego Angel is the founder of Rockstar San Diego, the company behind Red Dead Redemption. In the past, the studio was known as Angel Studios, and they worked hard for a game for N64 called Buggy Boogie. This is a project that will eventually be canceled.

In an interview with Polygon, Mr. Angel talks about how his team works on Buggy Boogie, a game where cars will eat other cards to absorb their strength. Angel and his team had the opportunity to show the game idea to Shigeru Miyamoto himself, and Miyamoto did not see much value in the project.

“Mr. Miyamoto came to the first meeting in San Diego. We had the honor that this bastard came to us. Mr. Miyamoto left and spent 10, 15 minutes[ing] there (design document), close the damn ledger, get his hands [the book], pushed him to me, looked at me and said, “Diego, I don’t want this.” My ball is freezing. I lost my leg. I said, “Jerk, jerk. I failed. “He said,” This is not what I want. “

I said, ‘What do you need, Mr. Miyamoto?’ He said, ‘I don’t want any game design. [Let’s] spend the next three months working on technology and making sure it tastes good. ” […] He said, ‘You will get rid of most of that nonsense.’

While Buggy Boogie was unsuccessful, Angel Studios did do other work for N64. The company released Major League Baseball featuring Ken Griffey Jr. (1998), Slugfest Ken Griffey Jr. (1999), and the port of Resident Evil 2 (1999).


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