Have you ever noticed how serious gamers have their own language and jargon? If you're one of them, you're probably fluent in the languages of your favorite games, understanding their codes, acronyms and special terms.
Games, on the other hand, can't learn other languages on their own. And if you want to publish a new title in international markets, you’ll need to translate and localize your game just as you might any major software release.
In this post, let's take an abbreviated look at seven crucial aspects of going global with your game. There are millions of new, international gamers out there waiting to buy...and play!
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