I'm continually amazed by the creativity of Destructoid readers. Some of you are able to channel your talents into creating videogames, which is, again, pretty incredible. If you've ever given it a try, you know how challenging it can be. Rather than go alone, why not embrace the community?
PixelProspector has come out with a fantastic website full of resources for aspiring game devs. The work-in-progress site covers topics ranging from business and marketing to video creation to inspiration.
As someone who is on the receiving end of game pitches, and has seen far too many that don't quite understand what should and shouldn't be done to help writers do their job, these tips look immensely beneficial.
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