Microsoft wants you to help make Natal games

Do you like motion? How about controlling things? If so, Microsoft has the job for you!

Do you like motion? How about controlling things? If so, Microsoft has the job for you!

A new posting on Microsoft's employment page, shows that the company is looking for people to help work on Project Natal -- a lot of people. As of this writing, there were 18 separate job listings for everything from developers and artists all the way to producer.

Hey Microsoft -- have any openings for a gaming journalist who specializes in eating greasy foods and watching bad TV? No? Maybe next time then...

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