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Interview with Stephen Mandiberg of the University of California-Merced (part 1]
In this first part of our interview, we hear Stephen's interesting views on what makes game localization so unique, the role of game localizers in the overall value chain and much more. [11:02]
Interview with Indie Developers Arman Kayhan and Levon Sebuhyan
In this podcast, indie developers Arman Kayhan and Levon Sebuhyan of Sillywalk Games discuss the challenges and lessons learned from taking their game Mind Mould to global markets.
Interview with Carme Mangiron of the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona
Carme is an experienced game localizer and chair of the Master in
Audiovisual Translation program at the Universitat Autònoma de
Barcelona, where she developed the game localization curriculum. In this
podcast, Carme talks about the skills needed to break into the game
localization industry, her perspectives on the industry, and new
developments we can expect to see in the days ahead.
God of Arena – Localizing a Chinese-style Game for the Western Market
In this episode of LocaLAIse This!, we interview the Community Manager of Firevale Games about the challenges of adapting and recreating a Chinese-style game for the West.
Global Payment System For Video Games - Michael Johnson @FastSpring (part 1)
Publishing and selling a game globally can be a complicated endeavor. One of the areas that developers frequently overlook is how to handle global payments when dealing with the myriad regulations, currencies and tax codes prevalent in overseas markets.
In this episode of LocaLAIse This!, we interview Michael Johnson, Director of Marketing & Business Development at FastSpring, developers of a popular global e-commerce platform, who talks to us about pitfalls to watch out for when developing a global payment strategy, as well as offering solutions and tips. (part 1/2)
Global Payment System For Video Games - Michael Johnson @FastSpring (part 2)
In this episode of LocaLAIse This! we continue our discussion with Michael Johnson of FastSpring on how video game companies can leverage a global e-commerce platform to avoid potential pitfalls when going global, helping to engage customers and increase revenue worldwide. (part 2/2)
Very professional insights!
The interviews invited video game industry experts talking about localization-related issues. Very interesting stories.