Excerpt from the recent Niche Gamer interview, part 1 can be viewed here.
Part 2 will be released on Monday 25th May
"Please allow me to tell you things about the project that I have never talked about before. It’s been enough time now and I feel this needs to be fully addressed so we can move forward with Quantum . So, I already mentioned how far from the truth the article was, but just let me show you how far it really was.
The article accused us of taking money (or people) from the Activision project (X-Men Destiny) and putting it toward another project. That’s basically the accusation. So, to me, and I think to others in the industry who run development companies, it’s pretty obvious what happened as it’s not that uncommon, but to regular gamers who aren’t normally aware of the business side, I’d like to explain the background on what...
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We could not cover every question because the resulting video would have been too long. Below are the notes and references for the video. If you have questions about how anonymous sources should be handled I have provided this reference from the University of Iowa:
Journalism Ethics: Sources
March 11, 2015
For Immediate Release
BRANTFORD – Wilfrid Laurier University’s Brantford campus will offer a new Game Design and Development degree program in the fall following the recent approval from the Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities.
The new Bachelor of Fine and Applied Arts is a partnership with Conestoga College, where students will take courses from both institutions on campus in Brantford. The program will allow students to develop skills in game design, storytelling, project management and entrepreneurship, in addition to developing a variety of games – video, flash, board and live-action, which can be used in entertainment and other industries.
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