Game developers know certain things are inevitable -- software bugs that need exterminating, for example. And schedules that invariably lead to excruciating crunch times.
But wait! Crunch - the bane of developers hoping for a superior quality of life - needn't rear its ugly head if the proper steps are taken, say some.
For instance, many studios that create serious games for military, medical, and governmental purposes have found a way to skirt crunch. And so have some companies that build more traditional consumer games.
What's their secret?