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Games that allow 8 players to play a game on the same console/pc/arcade cabinet simultaneously.
Real world information improved in some way by the inclusion of computer generated data. Typically done using a virtual overlay on a real image.
The most prestigious awards in the British videogame calender, the BAFTA Video Game Award honour the achievements of the best game developers and their games.
Games that have been offered to players free of charge, from a publisher or distribution platform, as a form of apology for a service issue.
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.
Downloadable Content adds new features and content to already-distributed video games via the Internet. Examples include new maps for FPS games, new songs for rhythm games, and new cars for racing games.
The 2007 E3 Media & Business Summit took place at the Barker Hangar in Santa Monica, California on July 11-13.
The 2008 E3 Media & Business Summit took place at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, California on July 15-17.
Mustaches are often found on the evil villain of cartoons to let the audience know just how evil they are, or used in parody of them.
These are games that support the EyeToy, which is not to be confused with its successor the PlayStation Eye.
Face Mapping allows the player to insert their facial likeness onto a character within the game. It has become a recurring feature in a few EA Sports games, such as the FIFA and Tiger Woods franchises.
Games that can link up to Facebook for additional features.
A feature of some PSP games that allows two PSPs to play together with only one UMD. Some DS games also have this feature.
Known for their flashy appearance and superficial charisma, game show hosts in video games are often not to be trusted - outside of game show adaptations, at least.
An interesting revelation. While some games will only accept a START button press, many other games aren't as strict.
A characteristic present in game characters with a superior state of mind reflected in how they solve problems and their way of approaching situations.
These are often a departure from the conventional gameplay of a game. There have also been compilations; games including only minigames. The Mario Party series has a lot of minigames, too!
Games that are arguably the most fun in a "party" scenario with multiple players in one room.
The 2008 Penny Arcade Expo (PAX) took place at the Washington State Convention & Trade Center in Seattle, Washington on August 29-31.
The use of peripherals has vastly changed the way games are played. This concept includes an array of items, including joysticks, plastic guitars & drum-sets, and specialized printers.
Third-party developers and publishers occasionally engage in the practice of releasing a title or piece of DLC on only one platform for any number of reasons. Sometimes these are permanent while others are only platform exclusive for a certain window of time.
These are games that support the PlayStation Eye.
These games, franchises, characters, or companies have some connection with PlayStation Home. They could have some related digital wares available, have their own Space, or even be playable.
PlayStation Move is a motion control system for the PlayStation 3 console, allowing for fluid control of objects in a simulated 3D space.
Trophies are an incentive-based system for the completion of various objective in PS3, Vita, and PS4 titles.
These are awards given to players at the end of a multiplayer match, and may or may not have any gameplay consequence. Most common to first-person shooters, examples of these awards include "most accurate", "most teammates healed", "most damage taken", etc.
Games that feature quiz questions, often in the form of multiple choice responses.
Sudden Death occurs when two or more players/teams have the same score at the end of the game. It can also be a penalty that activates when a player of match is taking too long. The players will then have to get rid of each other in a hurry.
When a certain amount of time is given to the player to reach a goal or finish an objective.
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