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How to Become a Video Game Developer

At the Games Hub, we talk a lot about how to progress with video game development (e.g. how to get funding, how to release a game, how to plan), or

E3 2019: What You Need to Know

  19.06.2019   gameshubadmin   Article, News   No comments

So another year has come and gone, and the Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) has finished yet again, leaving us with a whole host of new information. Though E3 2019 might

Steam VS. Epic Store

  21.05.2019   gameshubadmin   Article, News   No comments

If you’re into PC gaming, there’s no way you’ve missed the recent fight between Steam and Epic. It’s the console war but for PC. Whilst neither company has really commented

Releasing a Game on Steam

So you’ve done it. Your game is nearing completion and you can’t wait to share it with the world. But what’s the best way to do it? Currently, for independent

China and Video Games

  19.03.2019   gameshubadmin   Article   No comments

It’s becoming increasingly obvious to many that China is having an ever-increasing impact on the video gaming industry. This might affect the sort of games we see, how some aspects

Accommodating for Disabilities in Gaming

In the world of gaming, accommodating those with disabilities is becoming a much bigger concern for both developers and consumers. And when 22% of the population in the UK has

Managing a Small Team

If you’ve finally decided to make your own indie game, there are a couple of things you may not have considered about working in, and managing, a small team. Your

UK Games Fund Awards 2018

  3.12.2018   gameshubadmin   Events, News   No comments

Earlier this year, the man behind The Games Hub, Steven Huckle, was nominated for an award from the UK Games Fund Awards 2018. The awards are the first of its

5 Pitfalls of Indie Game Development

When making your own game, it can be easy to get caught up in the excitement – after all there are so many things to consider. What type of game

Should we accept games being released unfinished?

  24.09.2018   gameshubadmin   Article   No comments

In a fast-paced industry, it’s easy for games to get left behind. It seems every month new, big, triple a titles are launching. Take the end of the year in