The first review of my book has hit the press, and…

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See, now I know how game developers feel. The anxious wait for reviews to start appearing after you know that the journalists are ploughing through something that you have spent years on and represents your very heart and soul. Hoping, praying, and begging any god that has ever been around that they like your work.

It’s possibly the most uncomfortable I’ve ever been. But it’s okay! The first review of my book has popped up online, and it seems they liked my heart and soul.

The kind folk at Japanator decided to stick down a 9/10 score for Game Art. From their conclusion:

I came for the art but stayed for the writing. Game Art provides an insightful window into the mind’s of the creators to help supplement the games the reader plays. Those with an interest for game design, visual presentation, or just a love of video games will have an incredibly hard time passing this title up.

You can read the rest of the review here.

So it looks like they enjoyed it! The book itself launches later this month. If you haven’t yet secured yourself a copy, then be sure to get your name in!

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