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You've probably always wanted to grill a Game Informer editor about what it's like to work at the mag, why such-and-such a game got such a low/high score, and how did Ben manage to pass the mental screening portion of the job interview.
Well, in this Q&A you can ask me all the questions you want. Just send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: Q&A, and I'll post my answers in the near future.
They say there's no such thing as a dumb question, but they don't say that about dumb answers. We shall see...
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So..... how did Ben manage to pass the mental screening portion of the job interview??? XD
What was your first game?
Have you ever seen your coworkers do something really stupid? (I know it will be Dan).
What advice might you have for someone who looks at what video game jouranlists do and says "That's easy, I'd like to play video games for a living." In other words, please give us a glimpse of the hard work and effort that went, and goes into, pursuing and maintaining a career in video game journalism.
Hahahahahha Kato lost a bet!
One sandwich, one island, what's it gonna be?
Why can't I think of any questions to ask you?