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Beyond the Polygons was a website I created to spread my knowledge on Video Games, work on my writing style and look good on resumes.

Oddly enough, it probably helped me get my current job, so 1/3 ain’t too shabby…

I’m a production-level worker for a decently sized video game company. You might not have heard of it, but you’ve probably heard of at least one of the games we publish, and maybe have even given the game I work on a shot.

But, the thing is, I’ve played video games a long time. I work in the industry now, where I play Video Games even more, and help shape a game with countless fans (well, it would be countless if we didn’t count them). So, I figured I’ve learned a fair bit about the industry and, hey, why not take advantage of WordPress’ charity?

One additional thing: I saw this question on another site and, rather than address it there, I felt its worth bringing up here: As a result of NDA’s on pretty much my entire professional life, I’m really not sure how much about those projects I can really bring up. So, let me say it explicitly, right here: None of the posts here are about games that I have worked on in the past or present, nor are they about any game that my current employer publishes. When I speak of these games, I do so as a fan of the game or of the industry, with a bit of industry perspective to show me the way.

Now, that being said, I will gladly talk about games owned or published or developed or lightly grazed by companies I’ve worked for in the past. I want to be able to talk about SOMETHING here, after all…

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