• keltheos

    Do you have what it takes? Like moving to Minnesota…?

  • TylerT

    Ha! it’s not that bad. I researched Minnesota back when i still applied for their job openings. It is cold but then again I have enough layers to survive that.

  • keltheos

    It’s a great opportunity for anyone who can relocate, that’s for sure.

  • TylerT

    yeah, dream jobs do have their price though. I’m still considering it, I have made it though a few levels in a previous attempt.

  • akiro27

    Don’t work there – I have friends who have/do and they warn everyone they can against it. FF is straight-up awful to be a part of and pay nothing. There are huge issues in their structure that just have no chance to be fixed. You can see it in their slipping quality as well.

    • Soulfinger

      Yeah, I wouldn’t want someone else competing for the same position either. Good luck getting the job.

  • cybogoblin

    Dangit! Why Minnesota? Why can’t FFG simply move to NZ instead.

  • Polar_Bear

    I agree. All gaming companies need to be forced to move to one location so it’s just a “known thing” that if you want to work in gaming, you move to x-city. Like Hollywood is for movies/tv, so should someplace be for gaming.

    • I recommend Palm Coast, FL… as there is nothing here currently.

      • Polar_Bear

        And when ocean levels rise, there won’t be anything there in the future, except maybe coral, either. :p

  • Isn’t Seattle sort of the gaming center of the US?

    • Soulfinger

      I think you are confusing gaming with grunge music.

      • TylerT

        not really, it has a concentration, probably the strongest concentration of companies in this industry. but it is a very spread out and small industry.