In this episode, our hosts discuss the most recent initiatives to foster inclusion in video games. But what does inclusion actually mean in this environment? Is it just about adding non-binary characters, or do companies need to take a stance?
Almost everything we interact with involves localization, whether it’s a Netflix show, video game or app on our phone. Denisse Kreeger strives to talk about the value of localization across all industries, and in this episode, she shares her journey from federal government investigations to dubbing to video game development, while building a healthy and diverse work environment. Don’t miss the LocFact on cultural influences in League of Legends and a sneak peek of Arcane: Animated Series from Riot Games.
Localizing a video game is no small task, and it requires you to compromise, prioritize, maintain a clear direction, and collaborate with the myriad of disciplines involved in creating a game, says this week’s guest, Ulises Uno, Content and Localization Manager at etermax. In this episode of Open World, get the inside scoop on Etermax and the expansion of their mobile trivia games to Latin American markets from Ulises, along with some great industry tips and the concept behind his “meme museum”.