Jay has worked on the business end of the game industry for over two decades. First as an agent, now as the CEO of The Powell Group. Between the two he handled business for a publisher, a developer, and his first production company.
Now, aside from running a successful firm, he's launched "Indie Game Business" on Twitch with co-host Dan "Indie" Long. After years of frustration that there is no true way to learn the business, marketing, and licensing side of the industry he started the show to try to help fill that void. Twice a week they discuss news, break down valuable topics like pitching to publishers, and interview developers, marketing experts, and other developers from around the globe.
Ok, Fortnite and Fallout '76 aren't the first EVER to skip the traditional stores, but they are signalling another shift in the industry. Epic and Bethesda are skipping Google Play and Steam respectively and they won't be the last to do it.
We spoke with our client, Nightdive Studios, on the successful Kickstarter they just wrapped up for System Shock. Here's what happened to make it a success.
The final post in our series looking back at GDC and how we arranged and managed meetings for a set of clients with a wide variety of needs and services.
The second in a series of posts outlining how our consulting firm handled business development and marketing meetings for twelve very different companies simultaneously at GDC 2015.
The first in a series of posts outlining how our consulting firm handled business development and marketing meetings for twelve very different companies simultaneously at GDC 2015.
Now that we survived GDC, here's how you make sure you follow through on all that great momentum.
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You can see the languages ...
You can see the languages the Steam client supports by going to Steam - Settings - Interface on your client. All the Steam client languages are there. Setting the language in a game would come down to the particular game of course. r n r nThe 40 jump is personal ...