Square Enix to open LA studio to work on new IP for 360

By Mike, Monday, 17 November 2008 22:18 GMT

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According to job ad over on the Square Enix site, the company is looking for a 360 programmer to work in Los Angeles on an unannounced IP.

“Square Enix is seeking a game programmer with significant Xbox 360 and C++ experience,” states the ad.

“Applicant would be joining a small initial team to build a studio from the ground up and should feel comfortable taking on a wide range of tasks. The ideal candidate would be the go-to person for all 360 development issues.”

Interested? You’ll need to have worked on at least one published 360 game and have worked in console development for at least two years to consider yourself considered.

Thanks, Gama via Evil Avatar.

By Mike Bowden

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