Tuition keeps game firm staff on track

May 2003
IT Training;May2003, p12
Trade Publication
Development of Malice, a hotly tipped, multi-million pound video game, has been kept on track with the help of asset-management training. Staff at video-game firm LTStudios, which is producing the PlayStation 2 version of Malice, have received regular training sessions in the use of NXN's Alien Brain, an asset-management tool for the games industry. Around 15 staff have received face-to-face tuition from NXN in how to use the system.


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