The Guilty Pleasures Of A Video Game Writer [PechaKucha]
The international design hub shares presentations about the ins and outs of the gaming industry.
For nearly 8 years Steve Jaros has been lucky enough to be a working writer in the video games industry. Most recently he was nominated for best writing at the Game Developers Choice Awards for his work on the game Saints Row: The Third. Naturally, he lost to Portal 2. In this presentation (from PKN Champaign-Urbana Vol. 9), Steve shares some of his guilty pleasures.
We kick off the week with a few new posters on our Tumblr blog. Covered are the following events: PKN Halifax Vol. 11, PKN Memphis Vol. 3, PKN London Vol. 8, and PKN Shenzhen Vol. 11, pictured above.
When we approve a new PKN series, we ask the new organizer (or team) to send us a greeting video (PK founders Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham do the same for the city’s first event). Here’s the wonderful video from the organizers of PKN Osijek.
Today’s links include a few tips on making a PechaKucha presentation, and some nice coverage of Tulsa‘s recent first PKN.
- “PechaKucha for professional presentations – Do’s and Don’ts” [Where Next]
- “PechaKucha Night at Living Arts of Tulsa celebrates creativity” [Tulsa World]
It’s going to be a slow week — summer has officially hit — but don’t let that stop you from catching the events that are being held, like tonight’s (July 17) PKN Jacksonville Vol. 20.
Originally published on PechaKucha. Republished with kind permission.
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