Pros: atmosphere, fun co-workers, and creative duties to complete
Cons: low job security, low amount of respect from producers and designers alike, a bit repetitive
At SEGA, there really is no room not to have fun. It's an incredibly fun place to work, if they allow you to work there for long enough.
I learned tons of things from SEGA. It improved my work ethic and I honed my ability to write in a corporate environment.
Management recognized hard work and rewarded you when it was done. They were also very competent at their jobs.
My co-workers were some of the best people I've ever worked with. Everyone has similar interests and they all love that they're working in a place as entertaining as SEGA.
The hardest part of the job was working with so many people from the get go, but it was a welcome challenge.
The most enjoyable part of the job had to be the atmosphere and the people. You've never met so many people excited about coming into work as the ones that were coming into SEGA everyday.