Work Hard, Play Hard: Schools Introduce Video Game Design Programs
from U.S. News University Connection
For many college students, video games provide an ideal way to unwind between classes or after a long day of studying. On the other hand, for some they are more of a passion than just an occasional hobby. Those with a supreme talent for design and a specific type of creativity may even have toyed with the idea of developing their own games. Bringing an idea to fruition and guiding it through the stages of production takes a lot more than spending hours with a console in hand, however. It demands a particular skill and knowledge set — one that can be nurtured through higher education.
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