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Submitted by TheXploder 627d ago | opinion piece

The Five Franchises That Help With Learning Games Design

Games are very hard to create in the current age of design. This is especially the case when it comes to new and original ideas as it is tough to get them out into the world of AAA standards. Since a lot more people nowadays are thinking of going into the world of games design, it’s a great idea to start expanding your thoughts and playing the games that truly encompass what it takes. As a university graduate in computer games design, it is my privilege to share with you the five franchises I recommend playing if you want to go into games design. (Dev, Duke Nukem, Dynasty Warriors, Mega Man, The Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Unreal Tournament)

TesMgsFan  +   627d ago
Where is Metal gear solid ??
CRASHBASHUK  +   627d ago
well this is BS people know its Sims, LBP and minecraft

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