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Jason Weesner aka Weezie or Weez or Wees. I am a small, humbled traveler slowly making my way across the landscape of video game development. I seek neither fame nor fortune, but merely the chance to express myself creatively in the company of giants. I believe that "experience" is not analogous to "expertise". It's merely experience; something to grow with and share with others. I don't pretend that I have seen it all or done it all. Anyone who does make such outlandish claims should be met with the same amount of suspicion as somebody who claims to be the smartest or fastest person on the planet.

 

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Comment In: [News - 10/06/2015 - 02:24]

I worked briefly with Stew ...

I worked briefly with Stew back at Sega on Ariel the Little Mermaid. Even though I was a very junior designer at the time, he treated me with kindness and respect. Later on, I spent some time with him visiting various publishers when he was helping to broker a deal ...

Comment In: [News - 09/14/2015 - 01:59]

If people don 't feel ...

If people don 't feel like they 're empowered to contribute towards the design of a game, then that 's a problem with management, not design. Once you fix that, you can then determine whether you have the right designers or not.

Comment In: [News - 07/12/2015 - 08:32]

If we reduce the number ...

If we reduce the number of employees for better short-term financial results, employee morale will decrease... I sincerely doubt employees who fear that they may be laid off will be able to develop software titles that could impress people around the world. r n r nRest in peace Iwata-san. You ...

Comment In: [News - 12/07/2014 - 04:07]

I only got to meet ...

I only got to meet Ralph virtually through some email correspondence for a writing project, but he was very kind, inspirational, funny, and generous with his time. For those of you who want to meet somebody like Ralph, all you have to do is reach out with some questions. I ...

Comment In: [News - 08/29/2014 - 05:12]

...when someone works for as ...

...when someone works for as long as they have on trying to draw attention to themselves, and finally gets it only to discover the seeds the planted were as sour as they are... - huh r n r n 'The real collateral damage is the art and business of what ...

Comment In: [Blog - 03/17/2014 - 09:42]

Great series Matt Always nice ...

Great series Matt Always nice to read something from coworkers past and present. I 'm starting to get more students who are interested in producer roles and this will be a good read for them.