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But Guild Wars house ArenaNet said its new internship program, dubbed "Arena University," aims to give participants real-world game development experience, as well as something to show for it in a commercial product. By way of example, the company points to the Guild Wars 2 city … [Read more...] about ArenaNet University’s Approach To Real-World Experience
[Brazil's game development market is underdeveloped, but Divide By Zero CEO James Portnow believes it has "infinite possibility." In this detailed regional analysis, he explains why.]Recently, an unusual opportunity came across my desk. It required that I do some business in … [Read more...] about Analysis: Inside Brazil’s Video Game Ecosystem
This interview is part of our Road to the IGF series. You can find the rest by clicking here.Pitfall Planet is takes the already difficult task of creating a compelling single-player platformer and multiplying it by two. By rendering it local co-op, the design … [Read more...] about Road to the IGF: Bonfire Games’
2K Games and Gearbox Software are starting a program called the "Borderlands Cooperative," which enlists student talent from the Academy of Art University in the creation of an animated short set in the Borderlands universe.Not only will the publisher and developer … [Read more...] about Borderlands Animated Short Being Created By College Students