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The Gaming Industry
Transcript of The Gaming Industry
Overseeing any high-level decisions that affect how the game plays, looks or sounds
Ensuring the quality and style of the gameplay, artwork, music and audio assets
The Gaming Industry
when you enter the industry there are may differnt job roles:
Being responsible for the portrayal of movement and behaviour within a game, making best use of the game engine’s technology, within the platform’s limitations
Working with a game's production staff to ensure the timely delivery of the highest quality product possible
Ensuring the successful delivery of a game, while working externally from the game development team
Making sure the publisher has all the relevant information required to make the game as commercially successful as possible
Devising what a game consists of and how it plays, defining all the core elements
Communicating this to the rest of the development team who create the art assets and computer code
Designing and writing the computer code that runs and controls a game
Game Programmers work at the heart of the game development process. They design and write the computer code that runs and controls the game, incorporating and adapting any ready-made code libraries and writing custom code as required. They test the code and fix bugs, and also develop customised tools for use by other members of the development team
Creating the visual elements of a game, such as characters, scenery, objects, vehicles, surface textures, clothing, etc.
Creating concept art and storyboards which help communicate the proposed visual elements during pre-production
Artists create the visual elements of a game, such as characters, scenery, objects, vehicles, surface textures, clothing, props, and even user interface components. They also create concept art and storyboards which help communicate the proposed visual elements during the pre-production phase.
Part of the Rockstar Games family since 1999, Rockstar North is home to the ground-breaking Grand Theft Auto Series. Ambition and hard work have made Rockstar North a preeminent games developer worldwide, and at the heart of it all is a team of motivated individuals who strive to produce amazing, industry-leading games.
Based in Edinburgh, Scotland, the studio provides a creative environment in which talent and innovation can thrive. Bringing a Rockstar title to fruition demands commitment and dedication, but also presents an exciting opportunity for highly skilled game developers from a variety of backgrounds to collaborate on some of the most successful and critically-acclaimed video games in the world.