Survey says — bring in writers, and early!

An article came out today featuring the Writers Cabal on writing in games.  After speaking with several game developers, including Radical Games, the reporter offered one take-home message: Hire good writers early in the project! 

Read the article here: Writing for video games branches out

From the viewpoint of a developer, do you think the article hits the mark? 

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Published in: on April 19, 2007 at 12:23 pm  Comments (6)  

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  1. […] also has systems and feedback loops.  For a while now, we, like other writers, have advocated including the writer early on in the development cycle.  This is so the story to go through iterations just like any other […]

  2. […] have repeatedly brought up the positive impact of bringing in writers early, and highlighted the importance of giving writers the chance to polish (problem #8).  You can say […]

  3. […] have repeatedly brought up the positive impact of bringing in writers early, and highlighted the importance of giving writers the chance to polish (problem #8).  You can say […]

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