31 Gaming Buzzwords And What They Mean

To win over consumers, game publishers will say some amazing things. They'll use all sorts of flowery, meaningless language to paper over a game's flaws or their questionable business decisions.

Here are some of the most common words you'll see tossed around in official announcements from gaming companies, along with their real meaning

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Perjoss2177d ago


- Pre-order - "Give us money before the reviews arrive."

- Winner of multiple E3 awards - "There's one good level in our game and we showed it off at E3."

uth112177d ago

Open world - "You'll spend 10 minutes running or driving to your next mission. Also, we hid a bunch of Faberge eggs throughout the game that you can find for an achievement."