Live in London? Work for Kikizo

By Patrick Garratt, Saturday, 30 August 2008 08:58 GMT

Kikizo chap Adam Doree dropped us a line this morning to say he’s looking for a London games writer. Get all the details here. From the ad:

You will work from home, and have the necessary equipment to start work immediately (certain game systems and preview / review code will be provided by us), however, you will be expected to report in person to Kikizo’s HQ in Leicester Square, London, as often as necessary, and therefore you must be able to travel into Central London at short notice.

Go on, then. What are you waiting for?

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