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- Frames per second
- First-person shooter
- Foot-pound-second (a system of units)
- Feet per second (a measure of speed)
- Federal Protective Service
- Free Phone Service
Sorry, no etymologies found.
DEMPSEY: As to the number of personnel involved in the attack, we did have some of our -- what we describe as our FPS, facilities protective service personnel, within about 100 meters of the location.
Swordplay and sorcery in an FPS is almost always dull and boring.
Show me a deer you cannot kill with a 100 grain TSX at 3000 FPS from a Roberts.
EA's Battlefield: Bad Company FPS is going to have tons of unlockable weapons, a small portion of which are "premium" content.
FPS is highly overrated and in fact can become a detriment at close range.
All I ever hear while playing any FPS is I got the shotgun!
But then again, Blizzard does not have any experience in FPS-making.
If they call FPS for assistance, the agency is stretched so thin, critics say it could take hours, even days, for officers to respond -- Lou.
I have to admit that personally my big bias AGAINST X-Box has been the over-reliance on ports of FPS from the PC and lackluster first-party games.
Additionally a strong part of the studio's aims and goals is to create original and exciting IP and unique gameplay mechanics and styles; in short FPS will be developing new games and gameplay.