Dear Recruiter -
Take the time to understand your candidate. I get too many messages where it's clear you never read my profile or resume.
It's more than a simple skillset match. Some skills are always more important than others, and some of those skills cost more than the employer can afford. Sometimes you need to educate the employer on the job requirements and compensation level.
You're not just hiring for the current position but for the position the candidate aspires to achieve once they master the job.
You obviously didn't read my resume. This amounts to SPAM.
Lying breaks trust.
Every recruiter claims to have these employer relationships. Companies use external recruiters to cast a bigger net. They don't use them to make hiring decisions.
I've been tested by years of experience and dozens of shipped product. Don't use me to improve your game for free. If you want to try me out, pay me to do some contract work.
Isn't this just asking me to do your job?
Judging individual performance on a group project is just wrong. A lot goes into the market success or failure of a game, and you don't know how the individual contributed to that result or how happy they were with the design.
Just because the job is at some AAA game company and my current company isn't one, doesn't mean I have any less experience or financial need.