I am trying to start a freelancing career on oDesk. One of the potential employers offered me somewhat of a dream job: it's game development for an established company. The pay seems to be right (although it's too early for precise estimates). The company's website seems rather cool, and the game I would be working on appears to live and prosper. I also made a point to ask and was told that they are using an incomplete, custom-made VCS; that sounds both awesome and horrifying to me.
My main objection is that I am a little bothered by the employer's writing style. Their vocabulary seems to be fine, but in some cases their grammar is poor, and typos are abundant. This appears to be carelessness rather than a lack of linguistic ability.
Don't get me wrong: when the job is right, I would communicate in l33t sp34k if that was the only way to get information across. I'm not a native English speaker myself, and when speaking casually, I don't really care about others' linguistic ability. What I am worried about is if I should take this as a red flag that things will go wrong in other areas of our relationship as well.
On the other hand - they're game developers, and they are probably making a great game. A large part of me wants to go there - fast, so I'm inclined to ignore my objections and accept the job.
What do you think?