Monday, January 21, 2008

video game testing....



News: Testing Video Games Can't Possibly Be Harder Than an Afternoon With Xbox, Right? (Seattle Weekly)
The end of my first full day of testing is also the end of the first time I've played video games for eight straight hours, by far my longest-ever stretch. The last two hours, I feel nauseous. Severely so. When I get up to leave, I nearly fall over from dizziness and a massive headache. Was it the recycled air? The Mountain Dew fumes? I get up and use the women's rest room, which is empty and spotless. Later that night, I diagnose my condition as simulator sickness—the clear sign of a rookie.

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