"The word ‘Beito’ derives from the German ‘Arbeit’, and it’s used by Japanese as a term for the McJobs that young people do. In the game, you work for the temp agency from hell, which employs a variety of monsters for receptionists – giant fiery slime man, big blue devil, weird fish eyething – and these freaks present you, to a backing track of the screams of the damned, a choice of jobs. Each job earns you cash, which you can then spend on the ‘Gaca Gacha’ machines. These are vending machines that sell capsule toys, and basically give you either junk to fill up your life or new jobs."
Read on over at Bit Tech.