Graduating from a university, community college, or tech-oriented school and moving straight into a game development job can be a daunting task … so hopefully you are one of the fortunate (and probably hard-working) members of this community who has stormed from the chute and landed a job developing a game at an established company. Besides saving you lots of money and headaches associated with creating your own game, a thriving game studio will already have the resources in place to develop, publish, and sell a successful title. However, if you are not one of these folks, do not despair! Getting your own game studio up and running can be as simple (or as hard) as creating your first game.
With game tools like Microsoft’s ...