People (well gamers) are always saying how they wish they could get a job as game tester and how awesome that job would be. After all, you get to play videogames all day and get paid for it right? Well yeah, but think back to all the games or computer programs that you used in the past that had glitches, froze up on you, or whatever. Is it really that fun to be playing a game and have it freeze on you after you do something really hard? Is it fun to play the same part of the same game over and over and over, especially if it's a boring part? What about when your game crashes and you lose everything, or when you can't get past part of the game because of some glitch. Oh, and there are no workarounds or guides online to help you get past any problems. You're supposed to be coming up with those yourself. No thank you. I'll leave the game testing to those with more of a masochistic outlook on life. I'd rather play games and actually be able to enjoy them. Unlike some people, I do not think getting the equivalent of a blue screen all day long and knowing that it's expected to be there.