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A proprietary video codec (.bik/bk2 extension) developed by RAD Game Tools and used in a very large number of video games.
Cartoon characters are personas from cartoons, which are animated moving sequences that are usually drawn but can be computer animated and can come from television, movies, anime or even the web. They can be humans, animals, or even things usually not thought of as living.
A character in the game actually increase in size. This may be a temporary or permanent transformation.
Special codes or button combinations used to gain powers or advantages in a game. Generally hidden.
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.
The 2004 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) took place at the Los Angeles Convention Center in Los Angeles, California on May 11-13. This was the 10th annual E3.
Elasticity is the ability for a character to stretch, contort, and reshape their body. This ability is Mostly seen in superhero related material.
Flattening is taking something three dimensional, and somehow making it very thin almost two dimensional. It can be used for comedic effect or a character to use it to fight through tight spaces.
Whenever there's a new Pixar, superhero or Harry Potter movie they have to make one of these.
Greatest hits is a general term for re-releases of games which have sold a certain number of copies, as part of a program managed by the console manufacturer.
Humans are bipedal, sapient primates capable of abstract reasoning, language, and emotions.
The legendary Konami code, any who knew it were rewarded in many classic Konami games.
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These games are based off of established licenses, such as movies, comics, or TV shows. Examples are the James Bond 007 and Spider-Man franchises.
Digital re-releases of PlayStation 2 games for later Sony-branded game systems.
RenderWare is an API and graphics rendering engine made by Criterion Games.
Skywalker Sound is a sound division at LucasArts. They have supplied sound effects, as well as orchestras to numerous video games.
Strength beyond normal human bounds, i.e. lifting cars, bending metals, shattering a street with one's fist.
Metroid, Mega Man, Earthworm Jim, Metal Gear, Halo, Crysis, Iron Man, and many more. Ordinary men and women who become extra-ordinary with the right suit on.
Superpowered or super intelligent bad guys who fight superheroes.
Videogames that, for better or for worse, are based on an existing non-videogame franchise. Usually drawn from movies, tie-in games have also been made about TV shows, novels, and even one-hit wonder pop bands.
The Xbox 360 has limited compatibility with original Xbox games through software emulation. Originally there were 213 Xbox games compatible with the Xbox 360, now there are 478.
Xbox Live is Microsoft's online gaming service. Xbox Live has two subscription plans: Silver, which is free, and Gold, which is subscription-based.
Feature found in some later first-generation Xbox titles that allowed players to stay signed into Xbox live while playing an offline game.
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