For some reason folks like to think all development studios are either from America, Western Europe, or Japan. Partially due to the fact that this was mostly true of the industry for a long time, it's become an increasingly incorrect notion as globalization has allowed smaller nations in distant pockets of the world to start making games.

This is a phenomenal trend in the industry because very rarely do we get to experience the cultural norms, unique histories, or differences in values and ideas without visiting these far-off lands. However, with games making their creators' - and therefore, tangentially, their nations' - ideas accessible, we can come to a greater appreciation for the differences between us. 

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