Taken from: http://computingnorthampton.blogspot.co.uk/2013/03/university-of-northampton-to-create.html
BSc Computer Games Development lead by Martyn Simmons is the focus of an article by the Magazine EDGE about plans to develop a massively multiplayer game ( MMOG) with the students. The MMOG is just one of the aspects considered, a game involving Stoke Bruene Canal is discussed as is the Games courses multidisciplinary nature.
BSc Computer Games Development
HND Computer Games Development
Also mentioned in the article is NVision and the advantages of having on-site immersive environment equipment.
For more details see: University of Northampton to create MMOG with students
The article can be found at: http://www.edge-online.com/get-into-games/university-of-northampton-to-create-mmog-with-students/2/
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