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What Is UI And Why Is There So Much Demand For It Right Now?

What is UI?

U.I. stands for User Interfaces. In an app or a game, the User Interface is the buttons, windows, screens, HUD, and all the other controls and alerts which a) let the player/user know what’s going on and b) allow the player/user to interact with the game/app. 1,077 more words

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Gaming Tweets of the Week: April 6th - 11th

Some of the best gaming tweets from the past week on The Last of Us Remastered, which Molydeux is the real Molydeux, and game characters and industry figures get in on… 244 more words

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Who plays WoW ?

An other infographic about World of Warcraft! This one is not from Blizzard Entertainment but from Razer the manufacturer of computer accessories. Many people have misconceptions about gamers in general and even more when it comes to World of Warcraft players. 54 more words

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Introducing: John D'Entitlement

The newest member of the crew, John Doe Entitlement! He insisted we call him John D’Entitle, or J.D.E (Jade? Jaa-day? Jay-Dee-Eee?).

We met “The Completionist” Kan Zenbu a few days ago, and this time the latest member of our crew is quite the typical one out of the bunch of applicants. 1,070 more words

Nintendo

10 years of World of Warcraft by the numbers

A few month ago, Blizzard Enternainment Inc. released its first official infographic for the 10 years of its flagship game : World of Warcraft. This infographic has been released shortly after the one made by Razer, the manufacturer of computer accessories for gamers.

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How I Shipped a Game: Part 1

It’s 4/5/2014, the day after I shipped my first game. That game is Elder Scrolls Online. For a young designer in the Game Industry this is a huge step. 814 more words

My Time With the Xbox One

I’ve spent some solid time with Microsoft’s latest gaming console and after reading a lot of external reviews and opinions on the piece of hardware, I’d like to give my own personal experience with the console as opposed to a flat out review. 1,248 more words

Microsoft