Video Game Design

Video Game Design Degree

From Atari to Nintendo to Wii, game design has come a long way and continues to be a major growth industry. With no signs of slowing, this career path has become very competitive. Video games are no longer just for kids. According to the Entertainment Software Association, 33% of households in 2006 had one or more video game consoles, and 41% planned to buy a new game in 2007. As games become more popular and complex, more game design jobs are being created.

Learning to Design Video Games

Although many universities, colleges, and private schools offer game design programs, you need to look closely to match program offerings with your talents. Many design schools offer both associate's and bachelor's degrees in game design. You may decide to specialize in game design programming, or perhaps focus on the visual elements. For a career in programming, courses in computer hardware and software are essential. Video game artists, of course, must have excellent multimedia design skills and a good imagination. If you have passion and artistic ability, and are ready to learn new technologies and skills, a career in game design could be right for you.

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