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    Double Entendre in Game Names

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    Games whose titles are meant to be taken more than one way.

    Short summary describing this concept.

    Double Entendre in Game Names last edited by solidejake on 05/01/21 12:34PM View full history


    Not to be confused with Really Unfortunate Game Name, where the double meaning is accidental.

    Although the term double entendre is mostly used to mean a second meaning which is blue/dirty/scandalous, it can mean any title with a second meaning, including a pun or a reference to another work.


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