#1 Edited by gorkamorkaorka (496 posts) -

Deifacted Nethicite

Now I want the rest of you to come up with some.

Word must actually come from a game, not a word you made up. Mine is from Final Fantasy XII.

#2 Posted by Jams (3043 posts) -

@gorkamorkaorka said:

Deifacted Nethicite

Now I want the rest of you to come up with some.

dick tits

#3 Posted by GunstarRed (5818 posts) -

Revengeance!

#4 Posted by Yummylee (23251 posts) -

@GunstarRed said:

Revengeance!

Um.

#5 Posted by GunstarRed (5818 posts) -

Whatever, it still sounds made up.

#6 Posted by Yummylee (23251 posts) -

YOU SOUND MADE UP

#7 Posted by PhatSeeJay (3331 posts) -
#8 Posted by Turambar (7157 posts) -

Badassfully

#9 Posted by BeachThunder (13145 posts) -

Krungie-factor

#10 Posted by ftrevelin (84 posts) -

Masukukaja! Or any other funny spell name from Persona.

Someone told me those words are based on some language or some gods names, but to me they are complete made up gibberish,

#11 Edited by zudthespud (3328 posts) -

Does Peng count? Because if so, Peng. Peng peng peng. Peng.

#12 Posted by Fredchuckdave (7129 posts) -

Waggleton P. Tallylicker

#13 Posted by ZeForgotten (10368 posts) -

Disasterific

#14 Posted by Cold_Wolven (2356 posts) -

Revengeance, spell check keeps wanting to correct it.

#15 Posted by GioVANNI (1312 posts) -

Bantha poodoo.

#16 Posted by Rasmoss (515 posts) -

The Lalilulelo

#17 Posted by s10129107 (1334 posts) -

Taffer. Can be used as a verb. Look at that taffing taffer.

#18 Posted by Joey_Connell (61 posts) -

I never heard the phrase "pussy trigger" before far cry 3 but i've used it at least 10 times this month. I still don't know if it's a good or bad thing and neither does anyone i've used it on.

#19 Posted by Village_Guy (2769 posts) -

Gnop? Dicktits? I can't really think of any made-up video game words.

#20 Posted by FCDRandy (280 posts) -

Zorkmids from Frog Fractions.

#21 Posted by EquitasInvictus (2067 posts) -

Does "transfarring" count?

#22 Posted by BeachThunder (13145 posts) -

@FCDRandy said:

Zorkmids from Frog Fractions.

Actually...

#23 Posted by aznjon12 (201 posts) -

Rupees.

#24 Posted by Hizang (9359 posts) -
#25 Posted by Hailinel (25787 posts) -

@aznjon12 said:

Rupees.

Rupees are an actual form of currency in some Asian countries. Granted, they aren't colored jewels found in broken pots, but they exist.

#26 Edited by Catarrhal (866 posts) -

"Bufu," "Bufula," "Bufudyne," "Mabufu," etc. etc. etc.

#27 Posted by Mrsignerman44 (1105 posts) -

Zenny

#28 Posted by SimplyCheese (39 posts) -
#29 Posted by Little_Socrates (5834 posts) -

I mean, it's not really from a game, but "Witcher" is an amazing word. My friend and I have taken to calling dark, genocide-laden tales "Witcher-y."

Marin Karin and Bidoof are pretty good.

#30 Posted by FCDRandy (280 posts) -
@BeachThunder

@FCDRandy said:

Zorkmids from Frog Fractions.

Actually...

I am aware of Zork. "Zorkmids" is surely a reference to that game, but also a nonsense word created for Frog Fractions.
#31 Posted by Tylea002 (2382 posts) -

@zudthespud said:

Does Peng count? Because if so, Peng. Peng peng peng. Peng.

Peng has been slang for "attractive" in some parts of britain for a good while now.

SO NO.

#32 Edited by Mezmero (2351 posts) -

Dragonborn. A dragon either gave birth to you or it didn't. Since dragons typically lay eggs in fiction it's extra confusing. You're just a mutant with crazy vocal chords. What did Condemned 2 call them? The Aural or something?

#33 Posted by Chalian (215 posts) -

N'wah

#34 Posted by Hailinel (25787 posts) -

@SimplyCheese said:

that's so gumbo!

Dude, gumbo is a Cajun food. That's not a new word. Also, it's pretty tasty.

#35 Edited by themangalist (1853 posts) -

Rapelay is still the king of made up words. Sorry guys.

#36 Edited by SomeDeliCook (2353 posts) -

'Allomaz'

'Whonunu'

'Ripkit'

'Dadda-E'

All words from Age of Empires

#37 Posted by Spaceyoghurt (165 posts) -

@Chalian said:

N'wah

Yes. Oh yes.

#38 Posted by Baillie (4584 posts) -

@Tylea002 said:

@zudthespud said:

Does Peng count? Because if so, Peng. Peng peng peng. Peng.

Peng has been slang for "attractive" in some parts of britain for a good while now.

SO NO.

Bull SHIT!

#39 Posted by zudthespud (3328 posts) -

@Tylea002 said:

@zudthespud said:

Does Peng count? Because if so, Peng. Peng peng peng. Peng.

Peng has been slang for "attractive" in some parts of britain for a good while now.

SO NO.

What parts of Britain?

#40 Posted by RedCream (777 posts) -

I would've said dragoon but then I googled it and found that it's already used in real life. Overdive then.

#41 Posted by Drebin_893 (3004 posts) -

@Rasmoss said:

The Lalilulelo

#42 Posted by Tylea002 (2382 posts) -

@zudthespud said:

@Tylea002 said:

@zudthespud said:

Does Peng count? Because if so, Peng. Peng peng peng. Peng.

Peng has been slang for "attractive" in some parts of britain for a good while now.

SO NO.

What parts of Britain?

I live in London, heard it a lot. It's old slang now though, but you still hear people using it ironically.

As in "Man, Giant Bomb's new design is peng as fuck."

#43 Posted by Drebin_893 (3004 posts) -

@zudthespud said:

@Tylea002 said:

@zudthespud said:

Does Peng count? Because if so, Peng. Peng peng peng. Peng.

Peng has been slang for "attractive" in some parts of britain for a good while now.

SO NO.

What parts of Britain?

Literally fucking the most disgusting parts.

#44 Posted by Tylea002 (2382 posts) -

@Drebin_893 said:

@zudthespud said:

@Tylea002 said:

@zudthespud said:

Does Peng count? Because if so, Peng. Peng peng peng. Peng.

Peng has been slang for "attractive" in some parts of britain for a good while now.

SO NO.

What parts of Britain?

Literally fucking the most disgusting parts.

^100% accurate.

#45 Posted by zudthespud (3328 posts) -

@Tylea002 said:

@Drebin_893 said:

@zudthespud said:

@Tylea002 said:

@zudthespud said:

Does Peng count? Because if so, Peng. Peng peng peng. Peng.

Peng has been slang for "attractive" in some parts of britain for a good while now.

SO NO.

What parts of Britain?

Literally fucking the most disgusting parts.

^100% accurate.

That's funny because I live in Preston and I haven't heard it once.

#46 Posted by Jimi (1148 posts) -

@zudthespud said:

@Tylea002 said:

@Drebin_893 said:

@zudthespud said:

@Tylea002 said:

@zudthespud said:

Does Peng count? Because if so, Peng. Peng peng peng. Peng.

Peng has been slang for "attractive" in some parts of britain for a good while now.

SO NO.

What parts of Britain?

Literally fucking the most disgusting parts.

^100% accurate.

That's funny because I live in Preston and I haven't heard it once.

I'm so sorry.

#47 Posted by CaLe (4248 posts) -

Zan-Datsu. (斬奪)

#48 Posted by CaptainTightPants (2830 posts) -
#49 Posted by Epidehl (385 posts) -