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  • regional lockout (category en:Video games)
    the video game community and opponents of the lockout practice. The practice originated with the video game industry and was devised by the video game industry
    1 KB (91 words) - 01:45, 18 January 2016
  • jeu vidéo m ‎(plural jeux vidéo) (video games, countable) video game (video games, uncountable) video game industry
    297 bytes (17 words) - 18:18, 22 January 2016
  • Wikipedia has an article on: industry Wikipedia From Old French industrie, from Latin industria ‎(“diligence, activity, industry”), from industrius ‎(“diligent
    12 KB (576 words) - 16:49, 29 January 2016
  • Wasei eigo (和製英語), from English lot + up ロットアップ out of production and sold out Mostly used in the adult video game industry.
    223 bytes (25 words) - 08:35, 17 January 2016
  • moneyhatting (category en:Video games)
    video game business is just more corruption that harms the whole video game industry with nothing positive coming out of it except buying a little more
    1 KB (155 words) - 21:28, 17 January 2016
  • gainful activity, as an industry or profession. When it comes to making sales, John is the best in the game.‎ He's in the securities game somehow.‎ (countable
    18 KB (1,196 words) - 01:02, 18 January 2016
  • not limited to video games and games of chance. Philip Schaff […] the unprofitable plays, frivolous recreations, sportings, and gamings which are invented
    1 KB (158 words) - 22:51, 17 October 2015
  • for business and industry When most companies become involved in teleconferencing, usually their first interest is in full-motion video conferencing. 1989
    2 KB (232 words) - 21:06, 22 August 2014
  • strafe (category en:Video games)
    strafing can be to a game. strafe ‎(plural strafes) An attack of machine-gun or cannon fire from a low-flying aircraft. (video games) A sideways movement
    2 KB (237 words) - 01:31, 18 January 2016
  • tipster (category en:Video games)
    other punters. [from later 19th c.] (video games, informal) One who provides tips or hints on how to succeed at a game. 1987, CRASH magazine (issue 41, June
    1 KB (141 words) - 19:08, 17 January 2016
  • gold farming (category en:Video games)
    Birkhäuser Basel, page 463: The gold farming industry turns one man's play into another's work, but most gaming workers see a clear difference between work
    2 KB (222 words) - 19:47, 18 January 2016
  • mob (category en:Video games)
    short for mobile, from Latin mōbile (vulgus) ‎(“fickle (crowd)”). The video-gaming sense originates from English mobile, used by Richard Bartle for objects
    8 KB (617 words) - 21:08, 18 January 2016
  • nasty. Processed foods are full of aspartame and other nasties. This video game involves flying through a maze zapping various nasties. (euphemistic
    7 KB (576 words) - 02:34, 25 January 2016
  • ‎(michanévomai) μηχανορραφία ‎(michanorrafía) μηχανορράφος ‎(michanorráfos) μηχανορραφώ ‎(michanorrafó) παιχνιδομηχανή f ‎(paichnidomichaní, “video game console”)
    3 KB (173 words) - 02:31, 18 January 2016
  • bullshot (category en:Video games)
    retrieved 2012-06-15: Even the world's most technically proficient game-makers — industry leaders in graphical and gameplay innovation — seem shy to release
    2 KB (204 words) - 02:00, 21 January 2016
  • chemistry principle) (film industry, US) Initialism of National General Pictures (a distribution and film production company) (game console) Initialism of
    1 KB (100 words) - 00:13, 27 January 2016
  • that multiloads. 2003, Ernest Adams, Break into the game industry: how to get a job making video games I asked him to look at an Amiga "megademo" I was
    772 bytes (101 words) - 18:45, 20 January 2016
  • conduct, thought, occupation, or policy; method of argument; department of industry, trade, or intellectual activity. [from earlier 17thc.] 1835, Samuel Taylor
    58 KB (3,870 words) - 18:08, 29 January 2016