I'm currently being offered employment at a game development company to help ease my financial strain. This company is requesting that I sign a Confidentially & Intellectual Property/Proprietary Property agreement. I'm worried that this agreement might put my work done outside the company ( for my own game development studio or personal projects ) into jeopardy. The specific clause of the contract states that, "For all purposes, including but not limited to copyright, patent, and all
other intellectual property rights, all of the results and proceeds of my services for the Company
during my employment or assignment with the Company, including, but not limited to, all written,
graphic, dramatic, literary, or pictorial works, materials, or displays, and all inventions and
computer code, (collectively "Intellectual Property") ..... If, for any reason, any of such Intellectual Property shall not legally constitute works-made-for-hire, then I hereby assign all of my right, title, and interest thereto, including but not limited to the copyright, inventions, present and future patent rights, and all other intellectual property rights therein, to the Company, "