The elusive career path of “Playing video games for a living” has tantalized an entire generation of gamers. The obvious route of beta testing is a grueling chore that pits players against buggy code for endless hours each week, and the path of a game journalist is only for those whose love of games is surpassed by their love of freeze-dried noodles. Yet there is a handful of exceptional players who gain wealth, fame and glory from their gaming skills alone. Salaried, competitive gamers are rare beasts, but there a few pro-gaming teams that have been around long enough to draw the attention of documentarians who seek to film these mythical creatures. Good Game by Mary Ratliff chronicles a year with the “Evil Geniuses” team of Starcraft II players. Continue Reading at GamesReviews.com.
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