Archive for September, 2012

How Video Game Translation Differs From Other Types of Translation »

by At Language Automation, Inc. (LAI), we focus specifically on the translation and localization of video games and ensure all of our translators have experience within the video game industry.  Why is this important? Well, have you ever tried to explain a video game to your parents, grandparents, significant other, anyone who isn’t a gamer?  [...]

Insights Learned from Indie Game Developers in Latin America & the Middle East »

by Introduction For nearly 20 years, Language Automation, Inc. (LAI) has been tracking global video game markets in our mission to make games accessible to a wide array of players through our extensive network of worldwide game translators. While statistics and reports provide fantastic overviews and targeted data for these markets, we set out to [...]

What’s the Video Game Market Like in the MENA Region? Check out our EXCLUSIVE Interview! »

by New this month is an interview we conducted with Lebanese-based game developer Game Cooks.  After describing the state of the video game market in the Arab region, we sat down with Lebnan Nader, General Manager at Game Cooks, to learn more about the company’s regionally-inspired games and his take on MENA gamers. We discussed topics [...]