Monday, February 01, 2010

Microsoft Seeks Playtesters

Microsoft doesn't pay with peanuts but software: "People often wonder how to become play testers. Now, while play testing is an actual job for some people (myself included, formerly), others don’t want to fritter away 40 hours a week (plus “mandatory” overtime) to play the same crappy part of the same crappy game day in and day out. Most people would rather spend a couple of hours playing a good or at least decent game, tell people what they thought about it, and call it a day. While that’s not exactly “playtesting” in the truest sense of the word, it’s what Microsoft is offering. See below!"