Inside the Developers Studio: Ted Price

+ Posted by Jeff Rubenstein // Social Media Manager

After all the build-up, we've finally reached the end of E3. Not coincidentally, we also present our final E3 developer interview: Insomniac Games President and CEO Ted Price. In this segment, Mr. Price talks about the best way get a foot in the door of the videogames business, his most difficult days as a developer, and answers the questions *you* asked (question-asker in parentheses):

* Do you think huge trade events like E3 are going to last? (Jeigh)
* If you get the chance, what game(s) do you most want to go hands-on with at E3 2008? (Genki-Rocket)
* Who in the industry would you most like to collaborate on a game with? (indigovenom)
* If you could re-make any previous-generation game for the PS3, which title would it be, and what would it be like? (KazeEternal)
* When did you know for sure that you belonged in the video game business? (Sindress)
* What kind of advice would you give those currently in college and would like to pursue a career in video game development? (Voozi)
* What is the hardest part about game development today? (osirisomeomi)
* If you could say one thing to the fans of your game/series out there, what would it be? (Xanog)

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