As a professional developer in the Games Industry I have gained a lot of experience within this creative medium over the years. Since I was a youngster I have been experimenting with my own game ideas and creating mods for existing products all in an attempt to learn about this fascinating art and entertainment form.
I am currently employed as a Level Designer at Ubisoft Reflections situated in the UK. The views and opinions represented here in my blog are entirely my own and are in no way affiliated with Ubisoft.
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[Blog - 06/21/2013 - 05:14]
It s great to see ...
It s great to see my blog post triggering so much discussion here in the comments, it has been rather overwhelming but I ll try and respond to some of the recurring points. r n r nAs I mentioned in my previous post, I agree that Microsoft have poorly communicated ...