Wellington_Wolly

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  1. Hey, I am sure you get posts like this all the time, but I am inspiring to become a successful video game writer, I have a massive passion for video games, and they are a huge part of my life. I also have a passion for creative writing. I wanted to combine two of my passions, and I found this. Video game journalism did not appeal to me that much. Recently, I have been on a flash gaming website known as newgrounds, I came up with the idea of doing a few projects there, and gain some experience, and maybe some additions to my portfolio. I am interested in getting to know more about life as a professional video game writer, things like what you do every day at work etc. Writing for an entire video game seems like a monumental task, writing all the character dialog, plot, setting, cut scenes etc. When creating a budget game, are there a team of writers who write all these parts, and work together. Also, do things like qualifications, and degrees matter, would a video game developer look at these, instead of experience, and how can they affect an employers decision in choosing you to be their writer. And finally the final question is, what are your best tips in breaking into the video game writing industry. Any help is much appreciated, Thanks, Adam