The first thing you need to know about writing for video games is that you’re working in a completely different space than everyone else.
This is because the majority of your job as a writer is creating narrative, rather than the actual writing.
If you want to write about games, the narrative will be about what’s happening in the game, but the writing will be the whole thing.
You can use that same framework to write a book, an interview, a podcast, or any other kind of writing.
You’ll probably never write a feature film or novel.
The only thing you will ever be writing about is the games.
That is, unless you want people to talk about your writing in the first place.
As a result, there’s no real difference between writing for videogames and writing for television, radio, or the movies.
There’s no difference between the genres of writing you’re writing for and the kinds of games you’re playing.
And that’s because videogames are a totally different kind of medium.
So, if you want a completely unbiased and unbiased perspective on videogames, the first thing to do is pick up a copy of your favorite video game and read the whole damn thing.
Because the truth is, there are many reasons to play videogames.
But if you can get over the first two, then you have a clear idea of what videogames can be and are.
If not, then read the rest of this article, and if you have any questions about what videogame writing is, don’t hesitate to ask them in the comments section below.