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Posted on Thursday, March 15 @ 09:03:31 Eastern by


Stop the presses! You missed an A!

According to a new job listing, Microsoft is looking to hire an Executive Producer for a "AAAA" game. Screw AAA, that's just so 2011, and this game is so amazing, they had no choice but to add another A. Maybe the A stands for amazing, or awesome. I think it stands for assholes.

Seriously, AAA is good enough. We don't need a AAAA game. Then we'll have Sony announcing their AAAAA game in a matter of weeks trying to upstage MS. Meanwhile, Nintendo is still on sub-HD AA games. Oooh, burn.

Okay, there's no point to this article, other than I wanted to publicly LOL at Microsoft suggesting they've got something that is so good, AAA just doesn't cut it, and a whole 'nother level of A was necessary.

Tell GR: If there AAAA was real, what already released game to you would be considered in that four-A teir?

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