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  • n. The activity of playing video or computer games


from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

video +‎ gaming, see video game


  • MTV has also become a major player in videogaming, which is now the hottest category in all entertainment.

    I Want My (Web) MTV

  • Personal-computer sales are growing at double-digit rates annually, and online services such as videogaming are booming.

    Intel Plans to Invest

  • Strange you included a screenshot from “BioShock,” a game many have called videogaming’s first release equivalent to “Citizen Kane,” without even mentioning it!

    The Video Game as Art : Edward Champion’s Reluctant Habits

  • Researchers Dr. Kathy Sanford and Liz Merkel from University of Victoria and Dr. Eric Meyers from University of British Columbia will share what they have learned about the nature of videogaming and virtual worlds.


  • Various venuesSFX 3 Weekender, Prestatyn, Thu to 5 FebAlex Kingston, Hattie Hayridge and Brian Blessed are among the guests at this geekfest of sci-fi, which also has cabaret from Imaginarium, Q&As, videogaming, comic book workshops and awards.

    This week's new events

  • It uses videogaming equipment and interactive lesson plans to get students moving.

    McDonnell to visit Prince William school Thursday

  • The Goddess of the Anime & videogaming World on Sep 4, 2008

    Screenwriter Justin Marks Explains Street Fighter Adaptation «

  • It's bizarre that, until now, Walt Disney's most famous creation has never had the high-profile videogaming vehicle that his status as a cartoon megastar demands.

    Epic Mickey - review

  • This distinguishes it from the two main modern videogaming schools of dealing with "bad" behaviour: in school A, wrong actions are punished directly (e.g. if you kill too many innocent bystanders, you'll lose points/be sent back to the start of the level/be attacked by the cops or Ye Olde Towne Guarde).

    I play videogames so you don't have to

  • We got a little preoccupied with videogaming, as is our wont: EA harshing on the iPhone's accelerometer hardware (they're wrong, in my opinion); Sony claiming the PSP is dying because of piracy (here comes the PSPhone!); and a Wired blogger got a little too presumptuous in his Fallout 3 preview for some, although I think he's getting hung out to dry a bit.

    Boing Boing


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