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Friday, February 12, 2010

Matt Costello and Vanessa Franklin/Ninjagirl82 on Game Writing and more at Youtube.com

The writer of loads of games like Pirates of the Caribbean: World's End for X box 360 !!!!! and written novels and screenplays and loads. [And yes, he, too, despite what job HR types ask about, says he has LITTLE TIME TO PLAY games, since he's CREATING them.]

Matt Costello How 2 write video games, 2009

The Game of Writing Games (Story and Games) with Matt Costello Pt 1/3, 2008

The Game of Writing Games with Matt Costello Pt 2/3, 2008

The Game of Writing Games with Matt Costello Pt 3/3, 2008
Writing for a video game part 1 by Vanessa Franklin/Ninjagirl82, 2007

Writing for a Video Game Part 2, 2007

Writing for a Video Game Part 3, 2007
Video Game Industry : How to Write Video Game Scripts from GameRecruiter

Video Game Industry : Job Descriptions for a Video Game Designer

Video Game Industry : Qualifications for a Video Game Designer

Video Game Industry : About Game Design Software
[Steam is a digital distribution, digital rights management, multiplayer and communications platform developed by Valve Corporation. It is used to distribute a large number of games and related media entirely over the internet, from small independent efforts to larger, more popular games. Steam is set apart from similar services primarily by its community features, completely automated game update process, and its use of in-game functionality.

There are over 1,000 games available on Steam, and in January 2010 Valve announced that it had surpassed 25 million active user accounts.[3] It regularly services in excess of two million concurrent users.[4] Although Valve never releases sales figures, Steam is considered by its competitors and clients to be the market leader, controlling an estimated 70% of the digital distribution market.[5]

Many major publishers have catalogues on Steam, including Electronic Arts, Activision, 2K Games, Ubisoft, THQ, Sega, Codemasters, LucasArts, id Software, and BioWare.--Wikipedia http://store.steampowered.com/]

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