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    Gaming Passion Series: Part 3 [Aesthetics]

    Posted on Aug 18, 2017 9:14:21 AM by Jordan Leong in Blogs, in Game Art, in Game Art & Animation, in Game Design, in video game, in video game industry

    Don’t you just love it when something looks pretty? When there is a cool image that just pops out and catches your eye? So do most gamers. In fact, with the latest advancements in the game industry, aesthetics have been a major focal point when attracting new audiences. No doubt that this strategy of showing off pretty aesthetics at conferences is an excellent form of promotion for the game, so long as they show those aesthetics in action. In this discussion, I’m going to go over what aesthetics offer the overall game and how important aesthetics are as a whole.

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    Gaming Passion Series: Part 1 [Character Creation]

    Posted on Aug 4, 2017 2:27:26 PM by Jordan Leong in blog, in Blogs, in game art and animation, in video games, in video game industry

    This is the beginning of my blog series, titled 'Gaming Passion Series' or GPS for short. Hopefully, each one of these discussions will spark some interest, inspire ideas, or simply fight off your boredom. So, let's get this started.

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    The Death of Gametrailers

    Posted on Feb 12, 2016 9:56:27 AM by admin in game design degree, in Game Programming, in Game Design, in game developers, in Game Development, in Pop Fiction, in video game industry, in video game reviews

    For those unaware, Gametrailers.com is (or rather was) a gaming website dedicated to bringing news, videos, and reviews to the masses. While hosting trailers was always nice as per their namesake, it was some of their other content that had kept me going back for years. They had original shows such as Pop Fiction which explored the sometimes strange and wonderful world of gaming myths; Retrospectives covering the history of storied game franchises, and many others. Gametrailers was special to me partially because it was on that site that I saw the developer diary that made me finally decide I wanted to be a developer.

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