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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.
Bullet time is a gameplay mechanic that allows players to slow down time. Depending on the game itself, the player often slows down along with the world around them, however occasionally the player can simply move at normal speed while the game world continues to slow.
The event of a suspect being apprehended by law enforcement.
The act of high-speed vehicular pursuit. Often this occurs in racing games or games where players must evade police.
The ability to change the color of a character's clothing/armor or even a vehicle's paint with or without the use of an in-game item to do so.
Currency has all forms in video games. It is used to buy characters, vehicles, weapons, and more.
Customization in games that allow users to change various parts of their equipment or moves to fit their gaming style.
A specific number that briefly floats above an enemy after an attack which displays the exact amount of damage the attack has done.
A destructible environment means the player has the ability to destroy his/her surroundings. This allows players to use the environment to their advantage.
Sometimes you want a challenge, sometimes you wanna coast.
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.
Drifting is a technique used in motorsports that involves intentionally over-steering the car to create a slide. This is done both as a competitive and exhibitive technique.
Drive-by shooting is the act of one or more individuals who, while in a moving or stationary vehicle, shoot outside of the windows towards bystanders with the intention of killing.
Experience Points are part of a character advancement system commonly found in RPGs. These points are generally gained by defeating an enemy or completing a task.
In real life, vehicles rarely explode unless an actual explosive device is involved. Like, it almost never happens. In video games, on the other hand, cars will blow up real good with almost no encouragement.
Receiving damage or dying as a result of falling.
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.
Health is a value that gauges how much damage players can take in a game before they die or pass out. Also known as life in some games. Health is usually represented by a bar or a percentage instead of an exact amount. Found in most non sport games
“Indie” or “independently developed” games are video games which are developed by a studio without the support of an external publisher.
A leaderboard is a way for players of any multi-player game to know where they rank within the game's community.
Games that allow the player to choose which level to play next, rather than a fixed linear order.
The process by which characters reach a new level, gain greater attributes, and learn more abilities. It usually involves earning enough experience points by completing a variety of tasks such as quests or by "farming" such as killing other characters for their experience points.
The seventh annual PAX East took place April 22-24, 2016 at the Boston Convention & Exhibition Center in Boston, Massachusetts.
Bonuses that players can equip to their characters to give special abilities or buffs. They are often progressively unlocked by earning experience points.
An in-game mode which allows players to pause the action on screen and manipulate the camera to take a screenshot. First seen in Gran Turismo 4.
The police chase consists of the police chasing someone; usually by car. Sometimes the player plays as the guy getting chased and sometimes as the police.
Rain can heavily increase the atmosphere of a video game. Some games use it to add detail to an environment, while other games use it to make it difficult to see.
Roadblocks are used to prevent the transit in that road. They're used in videogames either to prevent the player to go in that direction or as a challenge the player must overcome.
Larceny by threat of violence. In video games you either plan and executes such robberies, or your job is to prevent them.
Roguelike is a sub-genre of role-playing games characterized by the exploration of randomly-generated dungeons and permanent death. These characteristics were featured in the classic computer game Rogue, hence the term "Roguelike".
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