60°
Submitted by mathsman 504d ago | article

The Perils of Man: Branding for Creative Space

The production of a videogame is a process that is often misunderstood. Film and television have become so ingrained into society that we can watch ‘making-of’ videos with full size sets and rigging, actors repeating scenes over-and-over and computer wizardry in action for special effects and yet still be swept up in the will to suspend disbelief for hours at a time. Videogames aren’t so transparent. We might occasionally get a behind-the-scenes look at an Assassin’s Creed motion-capture set or commentary from the voice actors of a new Mass Effect space opera, but these are the elite. More often than not the more interesting stories come from those titles which you may not think twice about. (Android, Culture, Industry, iPad, iPhone, Mobile, PC, Perils of Man)

Add comment

You need to be registered to add comments. Register here or login
Remember
New stories
20°

Pocket Gamer: BeatDefense Review

36m ago - Pocket Gamer: War may be hell, but BeatDefense looks to prove that the devil has the best tunes. | iPad
30°

Review: Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines | Destructoid

42m ago - Destructoid: Like many games of its type, Oreshika: Tainted Bloodlines features a tiny graphic i... | PS Vita
40°

The Order: 1886 Review - Dual Pixels

53m ago - Dual Pixels: "I played the Order: 1886 for two reasons, to determine why it had been received neg... | PS4
30°

Watch the CoD: Advanced Warfare Ascendance DLC Early Weapon Access Trailer

59m ago - EB: Activision has released an official trailer for the Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare Ascendance... | Xbox 360
Ad

Valve Partners With HTC To Create The Vive Virtual Reality Headset

Now - Valve has formed a relationship with Taiwanese smartphone and tablet maker HTC to help create a virtual reality headset called The Vive, which is p... | Promoted post
30°

Incoming: The most exciting Vita games for March 2015

1h ago - Pocket Gamer: Now that we're finally split off from 3DS for these monthly round-ups we have more... | PS Vita