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The focus of this article is to determine how the engineering practices common in online game development may be approached differently to promote more diverse online gaming scenarios. The technical difficulties in providing online gaming are not trivial, requiring substantially larger budgets compared with their non-online counterparts: Commercial failure of an online game could be costly. Therefore, when considering alternate engineering approaches, those that appear tried and tested in other domains, and hence may be lower-cost solutions, are considered.
Author(s): Morgan G
Publication type: Article
Publication status: Published
Journal: Simulation & Gaming
ISSN (print): 1046-8781
ISSN (electronic): 1552-826X
Publisher: Sage Publications
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