Hi, I’m Sam. I’m a video game fanatic. I love playing Fortnite, but some of my friends call me a “noob.” So, I came up with this blog to make a place for people like me: gamers who would like to be pro at the games we love (or even just decently good). At this blog, you’ll find reviews of new games as they come out and interviews with the developers that create them. You’ll also get useful tips on how to get better at your favorite games and news about upcoming releases that everyone’s excited about. If you’re anything like me—just an average gamer in search of a home on the internet—you’ve found it!
A Chat with the Game Creators
For all intents and purposes, this blog is a conversation between you and me. I, the author of this blog, am asking questions about video games and you are answering them. We will talk about your favorite aspects of games and what your least favorite part is. We will also discuss how different people play games differently.
As a reader, let’s say that you are someone who has never played video games before but would like to start playing one in order to improve your mental health. You might have thought about buying a Nintendo Switch or Playstation 4 so that you could play with other people online but then realized it was too expensive for what it did (or didn’t do). So instead of spending money on something else that may not work out anyway…you decided to buy some old school handheld consoles instead!
You can’t be a game creator without having passion. If you don’t love the process of making games, then why bother? It’s not possible to be successful if you’re not having fun and enjoying your work. However, there is a fine line between being passionate about what you do and burning yourself out. The beginning of your career will probably be the most hectic time for your personal life because there will always be something more important than taking care of yourself or spending time with friends and family until things settle down a bit.
If you don’t know where to start or what tools are out there that can help make your job easier, my advice would be to just keep reading articles online until something clicks in your head as far as what type of job might suit best! Never stop learning; never stop growing as an individual because this industry changes so rapidly that if we ever get comfortable with what we’re doing right now then we’ll get left behind very soon after this happens too quickly which means our livelihoods could end up being lost forever unless we adapt quickly enough within these next few years (2020).
When you delve into the world of video games, you’ll find all sorts of interesting things to learn. There are many different aspects to gaming, which makes it a highly diverse topic. Some people are interested in the technical aspects behind making their favorite games. Others enjoy learning about how these virtual worlds work and how they’re created by humans.
You may be wondering: What does this have to do with me? What can I learn from video games? Well, everything!
If you love talking about video games as much as I do (and let’s be honest—who doesn’t?), then this is the perfect place for us to have some fun together! It’s time for us all to get together and share our thoughts about what we’ve been playing lately or anything else that comes up along those lines. And please feel free – make suggestions if there are topics that interest you that aren’t already covered here yet!
You have reached the final page of this blog.
This is also the end of your journey through the video game, but it’s also just the beginning! You don’t have to stop playing here! There are many other games out there, waiting for you to discover them. You can go on and play something else, or even play this one again! Or maybe you’d like to create your own games? Well, then I hope we’ve helped you on your way!
Back to the Basics
If you’re like me, and most people, then you want to learn something new as quickly as possible. You don’t have time to be messing around with baby steps: you want to go from zero knowledge all the way up to competent or expert at something. And that is why it makes sense for game designers and developers like myself to use the “back-to-basics” approach when designing our games.
The Back-to-Basics Approach
This approach involves giving players some very basic elements that they can master and build their skills upon. It doesn’t matter whether we’re talking about learning a language or playing a video game; if we start off with small tasks and build up from there, then we can achieve mastery much faster than if we started off by trying out new things without any guidance (or even worse). The idea behind this is simple—if someone wants to start learning how computer programming works but has no idea what code looks like or how it works together within an application, then introducing them slowly would probably help them understand more easily than just throwing them in head first!
Never Stop Learning
Never stop learning. Learn from your mistakes and learn with others. Learn from the past, present and future.
We hope that you enjoyed the interview and all of the amazing info we got out of David! If you have any questions or comments, feel free to leave them in the section below.