Sniper Elite V2 is an amazing game worth a look at. Amazing graphics and at that a fun game where you get to shoot through enemies while getting to see the effects of your shot penetrating your enemy in gruesome detail.
Well EA did what I thought they would NEVER do. Give away free copies of games. They are older so they are not losing too much but its something for the fans of Sim City 5 who had to suffer about a solid week of not being able to play or reliably connect to the game servers to play it. More so the game has a lot of problems and glitches that they are working out with a patch about every few days to a week. I myself got a free copy of Mass Effect 3 and LOVE Sim City 5 its an awesome game. Anyway the free game deadline was yesterday march 18 anyone after that can’t get the free game deal because they pretty much got the game totally stable now aside from the routine patches to improve the game. Leader-boards are still down and I imagine they will be down for awhile (That is a lot of data.)
Anyway the games are all fun and a copy should defiantly be picked up!
I want to make video games. Right now i have my eyes set as physical education and health as my major. Could i make this my minor? Or sgould i switch em?
I want to make games. I dont know what the degree is called but i want to be the guy that has the idea and what i want in it. I dont wantbto do all that technology stuff lol. But if i have to ill do it if im in charge of the game. What degree is this?
I want to work with video games but I am in my third year of a degree in English Literature. I REALLY want to work with gamesss! Do you think I should email some games companies and ask what sort of roles they have? I’d love to help create them but maybe video game journalism would be cool too.. but isn’t that a bit of a hard niche to get into? Please give me some ideas of what I could.
I’m looking for schools and I want to know what is a good school to pursue a career in video games. If you can, explain why. Also to I need requirements because while looking through some schools I think it said something about a major in interactive media or computer science, do schools require something like this to study game design or can you just attend.