A very idiotic question as per current economic situation !! Well be prepared as this topic can become popular and may turn into a reality in coming times as there is fears of double dip recession which can cause more economic turnarounds resulting in another round of job cuts and added unemployment.
The developing Game Industry survived the first wave of economic downturn with some bruises like reduction in production of games on year on year (YoY) basis and also cementation in number of employees. It has restarted its expansion programs and hiring of new employees as the economy is stabilizing.
But it is very certain that it won’t be able to withstand the second wave as its requirements of large capital base will not be met due to unhealthy economic concerns. The major consequences will be job cuts and more unemployment and even less production of games.
A machine gun named FENRIR designed for Project: White which is an Unreal Tournament 3 Mod that focuses on team play.
“3d world is very wonderful place. Creativity the main key or you are hammered out of it.” — well said, but first its the institutes or collages from where we get the basic knowledge on how to impart our creativity.
But this is turning out to be very unjust and unfair as many many institutes are providing courses for a certain price which is a business for them irrelevant whether the knowledge is provided or not.
They offer courses as a general business which would carry out it activities to maximize ” PROFIT “. Process is a bit different here but it is now becoming a really good profit making procedure.
No attention is paid, no complaints are solved, no hearing of the students.
Well if one is lucky enough he can reap out the principle amount paid otherwise its total failure since after the degree since one cant find a job due to its blooming status in the current economy chart.
This field is great and much more attractive if one has proper guidance.
Well to sum it up, it can be said that the 3d institutes are now basically inclined to money making businesses rather than proper knowledge imparting ones.