video game

NOUN
  1. a game played against a computer
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How To Use video game In A Sentence

  • Let' s go for a walk instead of playing video games.
  • With six floors it covers everything from pinball machines to video games.
  • As such, video game enemies in sibling-based stories are more likely to be doppelg√§ngers, shadows or doubles of the player-characters.
  • But it didn't take many years of experience to realize that glibness is a minor talent, like being good at video games or foosball.
  • The thrill, if any, comes from finding a video game - gee whiz!
  • With their well-oiled hype machines, big-budget video games easily dominate the pop-culture-buzz economy.
  • She caught students red-handed with their parts entwined frequently, and the rest of the student body talked about sex as if it was just as normal as attending a baseball game or playing video games. Daniel P. Malito: The Scarlet e-Letter
  • Whenever we film our video game parody skits, we try to include, and harass, as many people in public as we can.
  • When I say "value", I'm not using that term abstractly - I mean the bottom line, practical dollars and cents value of visual effects to the film, television and video game industries. The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com
  • There is a Doom 3 Preview over at Computers and Video Games daut calm. UFies.org: October 2003 Archives
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