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Submitted by -Mezzo- 985d ago | opinion piece

I Freelanced On Halo 4. It's Time For Gaming's Contractors To Strike.

Kotaku - My name is Nathan (RC) Peters. In March 2011, I was hired on as a contract Quality Assurance tester to work at Certain Affinity studios in Austin, Texas. I worked on the multiplayer portion of Halo 4. Here is an inside look at the reality of being a contract worker within a video game company, and why you should never accept a job as a contractor. (Halo 4, Xbox 360)

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