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Game Revolution Is Hiring

Posted on Friday, August 17 @ 19:48:49 Eastern by Duke_Ferris
Ever want to get into the video game industry? Well here's a start, but it's more work than you think. Monday this goes on craigslist, but I wanted to post it here first.

We are looking for someone to maintain the cheats section, among other things. This is a paid, full time position. $10 per hour starting. You would alternately be known as "The Codemaster", "Cheat Boy", and "Beer Fetcher". Additional duties include mucking out the zombie pit.

The office is in Berkeley, California. No you cannot work from home. Yes, I know the internet thinks you can. You cannot.

Perks: Lots of games. Lots of games that aren't out yet. Game industry parties. Free coffee, tea and Cokes. Beer (if you're 21) on many Fridays.

Cons: It's pretty monotonous, and you have to read a lot of stupid submissions from stupid people. Your boss is drunk half the time. Mucking out the zombie pit.

You must be: 18 years old. Smart. Self motivating. Intrepid. Good with computers. A gamer. Smart. Diligent. In the Bay Area or willing to relocate fast. Smart.

If you are all these things, plus a free set of steak knives, email your resume to me at duke@gamerevolution.com. All bribes considered.



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