In today's hard-working edition of Speak-Up on Kotaku, commenter Kadin regales us with his epic quest to purchase an imported copy of Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past, and challenges you to top his tale.
Next time someone's ripping on you for playing video games, either because they think you're too old or they consider it a waste of time, just tell them it's offsite job training.
For a New York graphic artist, it's $1,000 - just $998.95 more than the price of freedom. He's offered $1,000 for information that leads to getting hired to a video games gig, but there are conditions.
GamePro, ignoring costs and the current economy, put together a list of the pricey items you need to build your own luxurious game room.
When filling out your next job application, it might be wise to leave your level 80 Shaman off of your list of accomplishments, as some job recruiters are being told to avoid WoW players.
And you thought you played games to have fun — Steven Poole has a lengthy essay trying to prove you wrong. We're working — working for the (video game) man, man. I must confess that even if we're on a literal or figurative rat race when it comes to 'working' in games (I am, after all, a passionate fan of the Harvest…