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11-11-2011 @ 4:40PM
I know a guy who wound up interviewing with Blizzard and got hired.Sure, he doesn't play as much as he used to but he still plays. He's just busier because he's got more work to do - as far as I can tell. From what I heard from him, a while ago - probably when Wrath was still in its internal alpha - they were told, across the company, that they should spend time playing around in the alpha looking for bugs and giving feedback. Sure, he gets to play the games for free but he's also working, in a sense, at the same time.If _working_ for Blizzard means that playing WoW now feels like a job for you, you certainly wouldn't want to actually work there.
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