Tag Archives: video games

Filmmaker Helps The Video Game Industry Find Its Voice

The video game business yields billions of dollars annually, but generally it has lacked the mainstream acceptance and respect that film, television, and theater command. Entrepreneur and filmmaker Jeremy Snead is out to change that. He has directed and produced both an original documentary and television series that reveal how video games have shaped American […]

How DreamWorks And Microsoft Used Big Data To Create A New Category Of Mobile Gaming

The question, “Where does innovation come from?” took center stage in this weekend’s edition of The Wall Street Journal in a thoughtful column by Steve Jobs biographer, Walter Isaacson. In contrast to those who have predicted that artificial intelligence would have taken off by now, resulting in machine-driven invention, Isaacson persuasively argues that it’s the combination of […]

The Video Game Industry is Dead – Long Live the Video Game Industry

The video game industry has enjoyed a multi-decade run of enormous economic success. It redefined the way consumers engage their televisions. It has given birth to a new breed of storytellers, ones that include programmers and designers who are capable of producing characters, narratives, and worlds on a par with the best Hollywood has to […]