A new book is in the works that will explore how to create a successful video game company, pulling on the expertise of some big names in the industry.
The book, tentatively titled Gamers at Work, is being written by Morgan Ramsey, CEO of the Media Entertainment Council, and will be published by Apress. The book is scheduled to hit shelves in February.
Some of the high-profile people interviewed for the book include Trip Hawkins, founder of Electronic Arts; Nolan Bushnell, cofounder of Atari; Tony Goodman, cofounder of Ensemble Studios; Christopher Weaver, founder of Bethesda Softworks; Ken Williams, cofounder of Sierra On-Line; Cory Ondrejka, cofounder of Linden Lab; Warren Spector, founder of Junction Point Studios; Doug and Gary Carlston, cofounders of Broderbund Software; Feargus Urquhart, cofounder of Obsidian Entertainment; David Perry, founder of Shiny Entertainment; Lorne Lanning, cofounder of Oddworld Inhabitants; and Raph Koster, cofounder of Metaplace.
Additional book details will be available through Apress at a later time.