Media forms the centerpiece of our lives. Media enables ways of understanding, consideration and reflection on the world with which we live. Today’s generation (myself included) surround themselves with content coming out of the woodwork–there’s never a dull moment. When I wake up, my Newsstand app on my phone provides me with news and current affairs. On my commute, my phone (and laptop for that matter) keep my mind busy with music. When I’m home, my computer is a cornucopia of gaming goodness. My Steam library has all the games I need to stay busy during my down-time. When even that is exhausted, I have access to gaming-centric magazines, and plenty of podcasts. There’s always something to keep my mind busy, no matter the time, place or platform.
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Hey there! I’m Jacob Duniam, a game design student from SAE Institute, here in Brisbane. From age 12 I’ve wanted to pursue games development after being inspired by games like Metroid: Fusion (Nintendo R&D1, 2002), Ratchet and Clank (Insomniac, 2002), Jak and Daxter (Naughty Dog, 2001), and games of their ilk. Games have helped me grow into ‘me’, allowing me to live out fascinating alter-egos in alien worlds, introducing me to a vibrant range of characters for me to live vicariously. View all posts by theduniamjj