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Once again in Barcelona, the fourth Game QA & Localisation Forum focuses on QUALITY;
How do we define it?
How do we measure it?
How do we hold ourselves accountable to it?

This theme for the 2016 event picks up where our keynote speaker Michael Gilmartin left things last year - laying down the gauntlet for attendees to challenge themselves to think bigger about the changes they could make within their organisation.

This year, it's time to discuss HOW we can achieve that, and put some practical steps in place to raise the quality bar in both QA and localisation throughout the industry.

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Exclusive Game QA & Localization Content

Localizing from East to West: Yoko Nishikawa, NIS AmericaFrom the popular Danganronpa to the renowned Disgaea RPG series, NIS America has made a strong name for itself in the global video game industry, and after the 2004 launch of Phantom Brave in North America, the company has been spearheading efforts to appeal to international audiences. Localization Director Yoko Nishikawa talks to Gaming IQ about the challenges of localizing from East to West - ahead of her much-anticipated presentation at this year's Game QA & Localization North America conference.

Game Localization: Expert Advice for 2015Ahead of the Game QA & Localization North America conference, Gaming IQ provides this snapshot of some of the best pieces of advice doled out by localization experts at our summer event in Barcelona. Need more insight? All of our free to view articles and guides for QA professionals are available to download from our Media Center!

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