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  • n. Alternative spelling of video game.

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Examples

  • Nintendo knew it had to get away from the term videogame

    Wired Top Stories

  • So, the action of shooting in a videogame is always going to be entertaining, no matter what it's based on (World War II, zombies, killing innocents, etc.), because you're never really killing anyone.

    Kicking The Dog

  • Thats kind of sad, because that would have the been greatest twist in videogame history.

    EXTRALIFE – By Scott Johnson - Confusing game endings explained

  • Investors seemed equally undeterred by the chances of a Scrooge-like Christmas as they scooped up options in videogame and entertainment software retailer GameStop.

    Game Fans Put Their Cash on an Electronic Arts Jump

  • Did you ever wonder what video game characters would think of our lives if they played it in videogame format.

    Real Life does not Make for a Fun Game - The Retroist

  • It's great to see that the vocabulary of the videogame is finding it's way into other media more and more smoothly - and that it is used there to reflect, you know, really big stuff.

    Come Out And Play

  • I'm sorry if this point has been brought up earlier in this discussion, as I haven't read every single response, but maturity in a videogame is nothing more than the evolution, or progression, of how the player interacts with the world for the purposes of entertainment.

    Kicking The Dog

  • And at the same time it's possible to do so much more, and that's something for what I'm impressed with Nintendo, how they are pushing the boundaries of what a videogame is (almos single-handed) so more people can have fun with them.

    What Can Nintendo Say That Will Impress You?

  • By targeting lawsuits at those who share pirated games via torrent networks, we could put a sizable dent in videogame piracy.

    Should game industry adopt RIAA tactics?

  • And the game is also a fantastic example of the case for iteration and sequels in videogame design.

    Three Month Giant Gonzo S/Mashup

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