I'm not holding back, so read at your own risk.
You might think game developers only outsource "to save money" - but that's not completely accurate. In fact, there is a very long list of advantages that are much less obvious; even counter-intuitive.
Jeff Sutherland recently wrote about that being agile means getting rid of separate test teams. So why should game testers not be a separate team? Why should most game testers be integrated into the development teams? This is my opinion on the subject.
On Gamasutra today, the annual salary survey shows a smaller-than-average wage gap between the sexes. On Polygon, an expose of the harassment women faces shows a larger problem. But the biggest problem in both articles isn't getting discussed.
Reflections on re-imagining the distinctive soundtrack of a classic videogame
Interactive entertainment lawyer Jas Purewal explains the latest moves in the European Union to regulate free to play games and what it does and doesn't mean for Apple, Google and the games industry.
This post is dedicated to Faust Li.
It's about the game dev community in Taiwan, showing some of what we did, and how its growth was related to Faust. You probably don't know him, but I hope you find the story meaningful.
Video games are been all about letting your fists do the talking. Fists you control by punching buttons, yes, but fists nonetheless. We present to you five of the most devastating punches in gaming history (so far).
Are you too bored to comment your code? Well maybe you need some reasons to do it!
E-Sports have been slowing rising in popularity over the last decade and today's post examines what it is, the popular games and why developers should pay attention to it.
so much progress has been made on my "DELTA 9" PROJECT
Designing a game with an appropriate difficulty curve is something really hard, but what happens when you try to scale difficulty, but without a curve?