Game fans have pounced on PAX East in Boston this weekend, reportedly now bigger than the original PAX in Seattle. Game fans who write–for websites, blogs, mags, news and TV are also there, and here is a taste of what they’re saying. PAX East Career Fair for Gamers, by CM Boots-Faubert GamingUpdate.com “I don’t know [...]
Hello, MASS Impact devotees, we’ve included below a number of news flashes and links to recent press coverage of Becker College videogame program activities. Some Becker videogame students have started their own businesses. Cody Olivier and the Niemi brothers, Andrew and Jonathan, have already created games and taken them to market. Cody recreated the classic board [...]
The public can come down on either side of the debate over videogame tax credits, by voting in a poll on Boston.com’s blog, The Angle.
Since October, a core working group made up of members of industry, academia and government, has developed a working draft of an innovative first-in-the-nation, comprehensive state-wide policy plan in support of the video game design and development industry in Massachusetts.
Mass High Tech reporter Rodney Brown said, “It took little Becker College in Worcester to get Massachusetts elected officials to commit to action on boosting the video game sector in the Bay State,” in his article covering MASS Impact, a leadership forum on video games, economic development and job creation, on Tuesday, October 19. Becker [...]