You will have to start somewhere.
You can start with creating video content, such as short clips of you talking or showing your character in the game, as that gives you an in-depth look into the gameplay mechanic. It’s great to showcase your ability to handle the game, and is something you will continue to improve with more playing, which is great for getting feedback on your style of gameplay.
You can also start taking tutorials. At this stage, you may not be familiar with how to go about taking something done before from game development, and even though you may be learning what things look like on a concept, it’s still a very basic process. You can watch tutorials on how to play the game, or you can practice going through a level from start to finish, where you see a screen full of boxes that you must press on a button, to make it appear. (This is a little game-playing technique, so don’t be surprised when you don’t have all the buttons in your inventory, or you hit a box just out of your hand. You’ll get the hang of it.) You can also learn the movement and aiming mechanics by watching how enemies in the game react to your moves, and also by learning how to use your character’s abilities.
I’d also recommend taking a video tutorial on the game’s controls. You can take a video walkthrough at the bottom of this page, or you can watch tutorials and learn as you play. It’s also a great time to go over the skills you’d like to improve, such as learning how to play the games sound system and menus as well as the game’s controls. This is particularly useful for those new to the genre who would like to get help with their game.
Finally, be sure to learn a few lines of Japanese. You probably won’t get as much out of it as you would from playing a few videos, but you will be very proud of how well you learn!
How will you get paid?
You will need to buy the game, through either PlayStation Network or Steam, through the PlayStation Store.
Depending on where you can find it, either Steam or PlayStation Store may work, but you’ll need to be in a country with a PlayStation Store.
Steam’s system requirements are a bit different from the ones I listed above, specifically saying you need a CPU with at least a 1.6 GHz processor, and you’ll need 2 GB of RAM for “current requirements
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