Archive for November, 2012

The Top 5 Myths & Facts about Video Game Translation & Localization: What Every Game Developer Needs to Know (Part 5 of 5) »

by Fact: Over 50% of worldwide video game revenue comes from markets outside the US.   Despite the importance of making games available in a variety of languages for gamers across global markets, translation and localization is still a source of confusion for many developers.  Due to the number of easily-avoided issues encountered by game [...]

The Top 5 Myths & Facts about Video Game Translation & Localization: What Every Game Developer Needs to Know (Part 4 of 5) »

by Fact: Over 50% of worldwide video game revenue comes from markets outside the US.   Despite the importance of making games available in a variety of languages for gamers across global markets, translation and localization is still a source of confusion for many developers.  Due to the number of easily-avoided issues encountered by game [...]

The Top 5 Myths & Facts about Video Game Translation & Localization: What Every Game Developer Needs to Know (Part 3 of 5) »

by Fact: Over 50% of worldwide video game revenue comes from markets outside the US.   Despite the importance of making games available in a variety of languages for gamers across global markets, translation and localization is still a source of confusion for many developers.  Due to the number of easily-avoided issues encountered by game [...]

The Top 5 Myths & Facts about Video Game Translation & Localization: What Every Game Developer Needs to Know (Part 2 of 5) »

by Fact: Over 50% of worldwide video game revenue comes from markets outside the US.   Despite the importance of making games available in a variety of languages for gamers across global markets, translation and localization is still a source of confusion for many developers.  Due to the number of easily-avoided issues encountered by game [...]

The Top 5 Myths & Facts about Video Game Translation & Localization: What Every Game Developer Needs to Know (Part 1 of 5) »

by Fact: Over 50% of worldwide video game revenue comes from markets outside the US.   Despite the importance of making games available in a variety of languages for gamers across global markets, translation and localization is still a source of confusion for many game developers and publishers.  Due to the number of easily-avoided issues [...]