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Game Design StudentRichland College
“I’m planning to eventually transfer and earn a bachelor’s degree. I decided on a career in video game design in high school, so when I came to Richland I looked on it as not only working on my GPA but as job training for my future career.
“I’ve been an avid gamer for a long time — I played video games way too much as a kid. I like the feel of the program here, and I’ve found that I really like developing game concept. I might also delve into character design. I want to stay in Texas, and there’s actually a lot of opportunity here in the game design industry.
“I would definitely recommend this program to someone really wanting to make something of themselves in the gaming industry. If you just want to play games, no. If you’re willing to sit down and learn and work, yes.”
Malcolm Hull is a graduate of Rowlett High School.