Discover how story can help you craft more compelling games – and how you can embed story effectively into your development process – by reading our industry guide. A great resource for dev teams, studio heads, writers alike.
While video game narratives share a similar underlying structure to stories told through traditional media, writing and executing them can be a very different process. Here, video game narrative designer Simon Wasselin talks about his journey in the industry, how to balance gameplay and narrative and what he looks for in writers.
Our Story for Games course director Caroline Marchal recently spoke about struggling to find female designers when hiring for her development team. Here, we explore why female talent is underrepresented in the games industry.
There’s a growing concern in the $137b video games industry as 80% of games are abandoned by players before they reach the end. As part of our industry guide Three Strategies to Make Your Game a Winner, we explain why game creators must prioritise narrative in their games if they want to stand out in the current saturated market.
Could your inciting incident be the reason your script is rejected? John Yorke Story tutor Kieran Grimes, script editor for EastEnders and story developer for the award-winning TV3/BBC police series Red Rock, explains the top three ways to ensure your inciting incident is effective and engaging.