However, I will say that once you've done 185mph in a Lotus at Watkins Glen, video games sort of pale in comparison.But I do understand that there is a whole generation of folks who are tied by the umbilical to the video screen. And their behavior patterns are probably pretty well set, and they will continue to be video addicts.So, I believe that there is a market there, and that there's money in it, if you're good.
Edit..... Wow, this is my 1000th post... Go figure, and I did not even plan it that way..
Got an email from Kevin, they are giving me a free C5 for my accomplishment... Sweeter....
What are you studying? What video games do you like? What kind of games do you want to design? What schools/programs are you interested in?
what would it take for you to start playing games, or for some of you pick them up again, and play them about as regularly as, for example, you watch TV for leisure? as a follow-up (and for those who are already at the prior question), what would you look for most in the games you would presumably play. to be perfectly fair, i ask everyone this question, no matter what i'm expecting as a response, even my parents.