Written by Andy July 14, 2011, 11:05:00 am1965 ViewsPrint
Just a quick note to say thank-you for all your hard work this year from myself and the programme team, regardless of level.
Special attention must go to the 3rd years now set to graduate and additionally to those students who took time out and attended the final year show.
The vast majority of you have been part of a productive, resourceful and talented cohort, with quality of output the likes of which subsequent years will need to go some way to better.
I will shortly be uploading a video summary of 2011's GT Graduates (because even Rocky had a montage), and wish you every success in the future. We of course hope that you will stick around (and allow us to upgrade your forum membership to GT Graduate (and the subsequent perks that it entitles) and contribute positively to giving forum proceedings a prod in the right direction from time to time.
Please also consider yourselves pre-invited for any important events and socials that you may eligible to attend as we feel your continued input to the up and coming years is particularly important.
For those of you who are publishing your games to Xbox live - August is the time to make this intent a reality and I will happily continue to help you along the way. This year more than ever we have marketable, even addictive titles that truly deserve to see the light of day.
I look forward to writing about your continued efforts and successes in this and all other regards for some time to come... and yes, I will be your reference if you ask nicely!
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