Once you can record in-game footage you can create a wide range of content of your own.
Whether you want to use it so share some your prowess and in-game achievements with
your friends or come up with game guides and tutorials to publish online is up to you – but it
all begins with being able to record footage from video games.
Learning what brings players to your game and what makes them keep coming back for more can be a tricky task, but a source of valuable knowledge for game development if done right. This is just one of the key aspects that drive the interest of professionals and scholars toward the Games User Research (GUR) field.
Maxx Golbraykh writes regularly for IndieWatch. He’s the guy who wrote some of our best articles since we decided to give a go to blogging on game development. With so many provocative ideas about his own field, Maxx is currently working with his team on a game of their own called Happy Chess. We interviewed him for learning more about his project and his team.