Of how ATV should look.
No stupid jokes, no water, a lot of useful and interesting info. Great visual and sound examples. Fast, informative, exciting.
Can’t wait to touch 3.5! Respect guys! Great job!
Video games are fun. I’m lucky enough that making video games is also often very fun. The camaraderie between developers who have worked towards a shared goal for several years is an incredible thing, and one of the things I work very hard to do with the content I produce is show not just raw information (which could be presented in any wall of text) but showcase the personalities and relationships that make game development a unique creative endeavor amongst everything a person could choose to do with their lives.
That means the same silly jokes that go on behind the scenes often make it to our video content. When our developers take an hour out of their day to come shoot ATV for us, if they’re in a playful mood like they were the previous two weeks, I see no reason our content shouldn’t reflect that. It’s the same for this week’s show, where a more formal tone was the order of the day.
I love that we show you the real humans behind our development each and every week, and if that means some dad jokes fly on an ATV, or some good-natured ribbing occurs on an RTV, I’m grateful I can capture those realities. I wouldn’t want to force someone who has volunteered to share their work with this community on any given week to be anything other than who they are, even if who they are is often silly.
Because I believe making video games should be fun, and I’m so, so glad it so often is. :+1: