How many times have you come across a blog post in which the author reveals their dream is to make a video game? It’s a noble ambition but sadly not one easily achieved: ever-increasing technical requirements and high consumer-expectations make it difficult for a single person to create a mainstream title. The average cost to produce a game is slowly rising, along with player demands alongside it.
But what if money were no object? NekoJonez from NekoJonez’s Gaming Blog very kindly nominated Later Levels for the Unique Blog award recently and one of his questions to nominees stood out: if you were allowed to help in the production of a game, which role would you take on and why? The following post is dedicated to him – and ropes some other amazing bloggers into my dream development team.
The Creative Director is the key person during the game…
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