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Cost Benefit Analysis of the RAGE Case Studies

by 1, 2, 3, 4,
  • 1 Gameware Europe
  • 2 PlayGen
  • 3 Nurogame
  • 4 BIP Media

The Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA) refers to the costs for applying and integrating the RAGE game components and methodologies in and for game development and whether and how these can provide added value. The qualitative approach is reflecting the developers experience of using the components to produce Games for the RAGE pilot studies: The project managers of each of the RAGE game development companies provided feedback on their use of and experience with RAGE components, in general, and in light of the experiences made with/in the RAGE games. Secondly, the Game Engineers provided general feedback on the costs and benefits of deploying individual game components, where more specific information was gathered.

URL: https://www.gamecomponents.eu/page/case-studies

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Date of Publication:
31 January 2019

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  • author = {Jeremy Cooke and Jarred Glass and Jens Piesk and Thierry Platon and Paul Hollins},
  • title = {Cost Benefit Analysis of the RAGE Case Studies},
  • year = {2019},
  • date = {January 31, 2019},
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Jeremy Cooke and Jarred Glass and Jens Piesk and Thierry Platon and Paul Hollins 2019 Cost Benefit Analysis of the RAGE Case Studies January 31, 2019

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