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(93 votes)I never thought about that
(405 votes)It is a possibility
(181 votes)Probably not
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I agree with Guiboune.
Personally, I'm making games simply for the fun of it. I wouldn't want to work for an official team unless I had a strong say in all parts of the game design and development.
Same here. I make games for me and if others enjoy them then that's fantastic. Besides, once the whole planet is online and empowered with the right tools to create anything they can imagine, the lines between official studios and home-based collaborative works will blur.
It says "Possibility" instead of "Yes" because not everyone gets there dream. Saying "I am going to be part of EPIC or Ubisoft" isn't a reality for most people. Coincidentally, I too, would not like to be a part of a big development team.
Well id say "i want to" or somthing instead of possibility/mabye but allright :D it really is a possibility that i can do it or not. so i gues its allright xD
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What about a "Hell no!" category?
Nice one xD
Call me an idealist, but I hate the stuff that the big official studios are resorting to, I hate the kind of business that video games are becoming, So I only want to keep working by myself or in a small team, where I can have a say on how the game will look and how it will be sold.
How about "Never Again!"
No way. If you work for someone you can never be on the top. xD
Hopefully, since I'll be a master of science in game engineering soon. Otherwise it's a waste of 5 years ;)
Edit: Not a waste, since I learnt a lot and had tons of fun, that's what it's all about!
Maybe, possibly. If they let me be to do my own thing. Considering that's unlikely, however, I doub't I'll be anything but an indie/independent.