That is ur Fi - Te talking! And treating job like a game is Ne.OH no, I don't want to go into gaming software.
I was thinking more along the lines of Intel, Microsoft, Apple, IBM, Boeing, Symantec, Yahoo, medical programs, etc. It seems like a more stable work environment to work with a company that focuses on practical applications than video games.
I have guys in my class talking about the complexity of how much math and such is involved with doing game design with hair and such.. It was cool to listen to, but it seems pointless to put so much work into making hair flow perfectly. What's the benefit of that? It just looks nice, but I see no way that would help society other than making a virtual reality seem more real.
I do see myself working on future updates of cloud development or even the newer versions of IDEs and Microsoft Office. :P
Working on practical programs seems more helpful to me than working on games, and I like the idea of making things to make people's lives easier. :D