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spartan456 : the title of this video should be changed to "video game live streamers"

Taureg : I love how game designers can just tighten up the graphics

pUSSYcREAM : "tighten up the graphics" **sticks screwdriver in console, twists**

Erika Stewart : "I can't believe we got jobs doing this." I can't believe it either

Ryuhza : So much pent up pain and anger when Guy 1 talks about his mom. He worked so hard to prove her wrong. To prove them ALL wrong.

Lapis Riolazuli : "My mom said I'd never get anywhere with these games" She wasn't wrong...

Hugo QP : As an actual QA tester this almost killed me from laughing too much.

Sir Sebastian : Poor Massachusetts & Texas. If only they knew the next level tightening skills I was learning. They'd be so jealous.

android927 : I will keep this school in mind if i ever decide to abandon my current game programming major and become a graphics tightener instead.

YR Murray : How game testing actually works: Press a until the game crashes.

Jfran2013 : Who else is here because of extra credits

kirbymaster5 : Holy shit, all this time I thought that when he said "boss is coming in", he was talking about an in-game boss, but he's actually referring to their boss. Huh.

Lego Insomniac : Thanks James, now I know that this exists.

dacypher22 : "Quick guys who are somehow tightening up graphics in level 3 by playing the game! We have another game for you to design. There are four more customers in the drive-thru, so you may as well design 2 more to get ready for the rush!"

Jonathon Cowley-Thom : Texas and Massachusetts are famous for their loose, floppy graphics; and now we know why.

Busujima's Left Sideburn : The testers are also the designers.  Efficient!

Tyler Carraway : "My mom said i wouldn't get ANYWHERE playing games" *continues trading up knives in cs:go*

notbobby125 : This school is accredited by the hobo down the street we gave three dollars too.

chopseh : And his mom was right!

Axl Jenkins : funhaus brought me here

0x777 : An academic institution since 1700! Ok, since 1705, took the dean 5 minutes to find the correct apartment door.

GeorgeBonanza : Why are they in a library? if that's the biggest question I should be asking.

Chad Serrant : But I live in Massachusetts. Well, no rad tightening graphics for me. *puts screwdriver back in toolbox*

WatchDragon : "I cant believe we get paid the same as a fast food worker!"

Eyaura Eya : What's wrong with residents of Texas and Massachusetts?


JuicyPlayer : Are these the Bethesda offices? Now i know why Elder Scrolls games are a glitchfest.

SONY PVM : I'd tighten up her graphics if you know what I mean

John : This is rad! I want to be a game tester at Electrical Arts. Sending out my application right now.

siskavard : Did they ever tighten up the graphics????

Markuette P : I googled it, thanks Funhaus

Huvaa Koodia : Game testing (Quality Assurance) in reality: You get hired to test a project 1 month before the release date. The job consists of going through tasks the producer and programmers assign to you. Typical task structure:  "Try to reproduce this bug", "Test this specific new feature", "Check that the old content hasn't broken down because of the new additions" The release date arrives. Bug reports from thousands of player start coming in. Many of them are not very clear on the what, how and when. The worst offenders are finally ironed out in a month or so. The buggy launch is blamed on insufficient QA. You are laid off. 4-8 months later the next project is about to launch in a month.  You get your job back.

Vedran Noneofyourbusiness : Them graphics be tight, yo.

0x777 : What does the Westwood graduate with a job say to the Westwood graduate without a job? "You want fries with that?"

Derek Marshall : James is old

hanyuukawaiinanodesu : umm i wasn't aware that "Tightening" was something you could do to graphics, or that that would even be a major problem

Sm0ker : I feel so bad for the people that got roped into QA testing thinking it was going to be anything like this.

Atnevona : Why test in-house anymore? Just slap an "early access" tag to it and sell it anyway. Let the chump gamers PAY to test it for you!

artman40 : Imagine if there were people who get paid for playing video games at home... ...oh wait.

Aidan : How do you have another game and still need it designed? Also, what would an item to tighten up graphics look like? Would it require graphics? Also, when the woman says 'great,' I think that's the actual reaction to this that an industry person would have, however they would follow it with a 'you're fired'

Travis Thompkins : From my experience, game development is more like "When will this game be done?"  "Done?"

Dee Vee : Everybody here needs to call this college and say: "We need to tighten up the graphics on level 3"

OddOneOwt : And lo, Action 52 was borne unto the world!

Simone The Digger : I remember seeing these commercials when I was little..... and I lived in Texas

ThePainTrain765 : Tighten up the graphics on level 3?  Wu.. Why would you give it different graphics to the rest of the levels?!

DmonkeyZz : Funhaus never seem to fail me

CPS2 : Seriously... who gets paid for playing games..?

L. Spiro : This is _exactly_ how things work here at Square Enix.  The writer for this ad must have had incredible insight into the industry.

Door Slammer : i want at least a thousand people to call that number and say: "gotta tighten up those graphics on level 3"

Epicfilmslol : Thank you Arin.