Submitted by joeboo69 1336d ago | article

Gamers At Work; An Insight To The Games Industry

In Morgan Ramsay’s book, Gamers At Work, success stories of games studios of every kind are explored between its covers. From old timey startups like Microprose, Sierra, and Electronic Arts to more modern ones like Verant Interactive and Junction Point Studios. The book is presented in simple interview style, a back and forth between Ramsay and the particular person he’s interviewing. This makes the book very readable and lets the individuals personalities show very clearly on the paper. The interviewees are long winded, but in a good way. Never once did I find myself wishing that they had elaborated more on a subject, nor felt that they droned on for too long. (Atari, Culture, EA, Industry, Junction Point, Retro)

Nexgensensation  +   1336d ago
where's the illuminati when u need them!
like cant i sell my soul for every bullet to fly towards ur head in match making

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