Are you game for it?


Game development artists working on their character designs. — File photo

With so much potential for growth, the electronic video game industry should be accepted and promoted in a more positive light to tap young talents.

CALL of Duty Infinite Warfare, FIFA 2014, Final Fantasy XV, Starcraft Remastered, Uncharted 4, Gears of War Ultimate Edition, Dark Souls 3, Street Fighter 5, World of Tanks. Do these titles ring a bell? They should, as they are some of the most popular video games in the world. What’s more, the development concepts and processes of the games involve Malaysian talent.

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