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Creative Director, founder and owner of Finland's leading videogames magazine Pelaaja. Freelancer now and in the past for Gamasutra, IGN, 1up.com, Official PlayStation Magazine, PSM3, Basso, Electronic Gaming Monthly and others. Board member of Nordic Game Conference.
 

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Comment In: [News - 09/25/2012 - 05:35]

The answers given dont even ...

The answers given dont even really answer the questions. Having visited many Japanese studios voer the years and working with them now, most of them are still completely flabbergasted that rival US studios talk tech together and solutions.

Comment In: [Feature - 03/06/2012 - 01:30]

Alvaro, the issue with performance ...

Alvaro, the issue with performance measurements is that in Umbra 's case they are so reliant on the type of content the games that use the tech have, which makes it difficult to give average numbers.

Comment In: [News - 11/07/2011 - 03:42]

Jose, there is some stuff ...

Jose, there is some stuff here: http://advances.realtimerendering.com/s2011/index.html

Comment In: [Feature - 09/28/2011 - 04:20]

Andy Met you once at ...

Andy Met you once at GDC, you and Mike Ellis and Mike Anthony are heroes to me : Colony Wars was awesome.

Comment In: [News - 08/05/2011 - 11:53]

I founded my own company ...

I founded my own company and videogames magazine Pelaaja in Finland in 2002. Very limited market. Yet, we are still fully independent, running on our own money and have a very succesful print magazine that is now up to issue 108. Sure, it's been rocky, we do have online, ipad ...

Comment In: [Feature - 03/22/2010 - 04:00]

Good interview Christian You are ...

Good interview Christian You are trying so hard here to ask them the right questions, why does the game take so fucking long to become fun and why it really is so rubbish after five years in development.