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    Basically Anyone On Any Games Type Course could you drop me some knowledge on what the whole shabang is like im really interested and got my interview for my course next month . . . tips tips and even more tips are needed . . . such as the what to say and what not to say cos i can go on forever about games there oh soooo great lol :p:

    anyway i hope deres someone that can help me calm my nerves and tell me abit about the games community
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    At my interview for games programming, the guy didn't really ask me anything at all.
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    games courses start with a bit of java, then depending on what discipline you want to go into (programming / design) you do either more art stuff or do more programming
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    Depends on what version of the course you're on.

    You'll defiantly be doing 3D modelling and games engines, and Games Design 1A.
 
 
 
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