Secrets of the Game Business

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Charles River Media, 2002 - Business & Economics - 338 pages
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This essential collection explores the inner workings of the game business through the experiences and insights of industry experts. The articles, case studies, and interviews cover all aspects of the industry, providing real-world examples that illustrate how successful companies and individuals have achieved their goals. Everything is covered, from how the retail market works to financing a start-up.

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About the author (2002)

Francois Dominic Laramee (Verdun, QC) has designed, programmed, and/or produced over 20 games for consoles, personal computers, interactive television, and online networks over the last decade. He is a prolific writer and the holder of graduate degrees in computer science and business administration. He is also the editor of Game Design Perspectives and Secrets of the Game Business, second edition, as well as a contributor to the Game Programming Gems and AI Game Programming Wisdom series.