If you are a team lead, you are tasked with leading your team to accomplish a particular objective. You are not expected to be the best team leader in the world. In fact, in your role as team lead, it is your job to get them to the best place possible.
I’ve seen teams come and go in my time in the game industry. There are some great teams, some horrible teams, and some teams that are just so horrible that they become useless.
That’s what I’ve found. The best teams are those that take the time to think about their missions and goals, and the best teams are those that are able to do this because they are able to think about their teammates and how they fit into the bigger picture.
Its been a little over two years since the release of the last major Dragon Age game. As such, the team leading the game’s newest expansion, Dragon Age: Inquisition, has been working on its mission statement for a few months, and I’ve wanted to talk about it since it’s release.
The team lead interview questions really aren’t particularly interesting. They’re a game of ideas that should be on everybody’s minds, and the most interesting ones are all the ones that Ive made fun of in the past. These are the questions that Ive found most useful in this section – so here they go.
The game will be a free-to-play RPG, and the team lead needs to answer the following question. “Do you think age is a valid reason to start a game?” There are a lot of answers.
No. Age is a valid reason to start a game. Just because you are a kid and you have no idea what the heck you are doing doesn’t make it okay to be a kid.
Age, or the lack of it, is the main issue in this section. Most of the time, this game is about the character growing up and figuring out what they want to be when they grow up. The game is very much a game about who you are as a person and what you want to be. It is about being a kid and playing games.