- n. Plural form of gamer.
“The average age of gamers is 34, according to the Entertainment Software Association, and many are paying close attention to the Supreme Court case.”
“The Entertainment Consumers Association, which lobbies on behalf of gamers, is organizing a rally outside the Supreme Court building Tuesday as "a way of sending a strong message and uniting gamers.”
“The thing with many avid gamers is that once something is bought is no longer seems to count as new - even it was only a month or two ago.”
“That was twelve years ago and that generation of gamers is now in their mid-20s to mid-30s.”
“I can appreciate Eidos and their perspective - for most female gamers, the perception that Lara amounts to nothing more than virtual silicone eager to please male gamers is still prevalent - but the problem is trying to shoehorn this newfound awareness of the character into their design methodology.”
“But if the era of distinguishing between hardcore and casual gamers is coming to an end, will a new line be drawn in the sand between social gamers and anti-social ones?”
“What was intended to be a social networking site for gamers is now closing its virtual doors in September 2008.”
“Having spent countless hours playing Xbox with my nephew and listening to him trash-talk me, I fell in love with the idea of pitting older classic arcade-era gamers from the '80s against teenagers — the Atari 2600 generation vs. the Xbox 360 generation.”
“This study also found the year-over-year growth rate for frequent online gamers is 79%, significantly higher than the growth rate for users of social networking (46%).”
“What might shock modern serious-gamers is that he was working almost entirely with manual games — computers were still expensive behemoths reserved for big-budget military simulations.”
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