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Don’t Miss: A brain dump of what I worked on for Naughty Dog’s Uncharted 4

Following the game’s release last summer, game programmer Ming-Lun Chou offered this in-depth look at the work he did at Naughty Dog for Uncharted 4. …


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Don’t Miss: How indie devs can harness the power of social sharing

“The best social shares are those that players genuinely WANT to share.” Tara Brannigan breaks down exactly what makes a moment shareable by looking to games that nailed the formula. …


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Don’t Miss: 4 questions to help you find the best theme for your game

As part of the GDC 2013 Microtalks sessions, Plants vs. Zombies creator George Fan hopped up on stage to quickly run down four questions he’d created to help clarify the themes of his games. …


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Don’t Miss: A close analysis of Destiny’s King’s Fall raid

An in-depth look at the design of the King’s Fall raid, with an eye toward exploring how the designers communicate with players about how they should do what they need to do. …


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Four Reasons Not To Miss Torment: Tides Of Numenera

Torment: Tides of Numenera released during a tough week. It's competing with Horizon Zero Dawn, a new Nintendo console, and a new Zelda game. That does not mean, however, that you should overlook it.

Matt Miller posted his review today and had a lot of positive things to say about the game. It plays with thematic ideas few would touch with excellent writing, world building, and interesting strange characters. To see and hear four reasons why Torment: Tides of Numenera is a game you should not let pass you by, check out the video below.

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Four Reasons Not To Miss Torment: Tides Of Numenera

Torment: Tides of Numenera released during a tough week. It's competing with Horizon Zero Dawn, a new Nintendo console, and a new Zelda game. That does not mean, however, that you should overlook it.

Matt Miller posted his review today and had a lot of positive things to say about the game. It plays with thematic ideas few would touch with excellent writing, world building, and interesting strange characters. To see and hear four reasons why Torment: Tides of Numenera is a game you should not let pass you by, check out the video below.

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For another video like this one, head here for four things you should know about Horizon Zero Dawn, and here for four things you should know about Halo Wars 2. It's a new video format we're trying out, so please give us your feedback in the comments below!

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Don’t Miss: The tough design decisions behind super-stylized action game Furi

“We can choose not to please everybody. We can choose to make something that most would actually dislike, in order to make sure a niche of gamers will find it truly memorable.” …


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Don’t Miss: The game developer’s toolbox (for students)

In this 2016 blog post, Anna Jenelius runs through some useful game development basics that both fledgling and veteran game developers should keep in mind if they avoid potentially progress-killing pitfalls. …


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Don’t Miss: Teaching players without using words

In this 2016 blog post, Ubisoft technical level designer Max Pears explores different methods of explaining game mechanics to players without writing explicit, wordy instructions into a game. …


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Don’t miss all the great VR-focused sessions and events at GDC 2017!

From the 50+ VR-focused sessions at GDC 2017 to the two full days of game/entertainment VR talks during VRDC @ GDC to the special VRDC mixer, here’s a rundown of all the cool VR/AR stuff at GDC 2017! …


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