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Achievements are extra challenges added into video games that sometimes carry a point value or unlock bonus material, and are sometimes solely for bragging rights.
Winged, usually flying creatures, many of which enjoy perching on branches and defecating on unfortunate victims below.
Often used as a catch-all term for any game's main story-driven mode of play, campaign mode usually refers to a linear sequence of levels with a continuous story and a definite conclusion, playable single-player and sometimes co-operatively.
A point within the game whereby the game saves its current state whether it be for the purpose of a more convenient respawn point or a gameplay design (such as in racing).
Any spoken words conjunct with and descriptive of on-screen action . This is prevalent in most sports games.
These games have an official mobile app that integrates or communicates with a main game.
Games that ask the player whether they are sure about the decision that they have just made.
The ultimate pressure feature. Players have to complete the task at hand, be it defeating opponents or cutting the right wire, in the allotted time.
A sight placed on the HUD used to aim and provide a point of reference to the player when looking and interacting with the game world. Although they often aim weapons, they have a variety of uses and have appeared in many games in many different forms.
A non-interactive sequence within a game most often used for plot advancement.
The 20th annual D.I.C.E. Awards celebrate the best games of 2016, as voted by industry professionals.
The main line of distinction between victory or failure in video games, death is the process of a biological being ceasing to be alive.
It's all in the family.
A destructible environment means the player has the ability to destroy his/her surroundings. This allows players to use the environment to their advantage.
An in-game design interface that allows the player to configure aspects of a game, among other things.
The concept of purchasing media and having it delivered over the internet. No physical representation of this content is given, and although the content resides on the user's hard drive they are typically granted a license to the product, rather than ownership of it.
The twenty-second annual Electronic Entertainment Expo took place June 14-16, 2016 at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, California.
The twenty-third annual Electronic Entertainment Expo took place June 13-15, 2017 at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, California.
A subscription service from EA for the Xbox One. Users pay a monthly fee to gain access to a range of titles published by EA along with additional incentives.
A powerful release of energy. This energy is usually expelled in all directions very quickly, typically giving off orange or red flames.
A game based heavily on real-world events, usually with heightened realism. Such games include "Six Days in Fallujah".
Somewhat of a cross between Amnesia and Insanity, this is where a character replaces their own real original identity with a new false identity (i.e. a false reality/persona/memories), usually caused by either internal psychological trauma or external brainwashing.
This concept is for games where at least one of the main characters is female.
Console games that contain a field of view slider or adjustment.
In games, fire can be an obstacle, a tool, a weapon, or a solution. Just don't play with it...unless you really want to.
Using physical force to damage an opponent, with or without an equipped weapon from a first person perspective.
First-Person is a vantage point that attempts to simulate looking through a game character's eyes. It is most commonly found in first-person shooters, racing games, and visual novels, and to a lesser extent in other genres, such as RPGs, 3D platformers, and adventure games.
It's not just for airplanes anymore: Game mascots and MMO players alike have taken to the skies. Players can use flight to quickly navigate large levels, find hidden items, or take opponents down.
A feature on Xbox Series consoles that allows backwards compatible games to run at a higher framerate than on the original consoles.
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