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7 definitions by M. I. Orikasa

 
1.
SLG
(a) Simulated Life Game.
1 - SimCity 4 is one of the obvious examples of the widescale SLG (that is, the simulation of several lives on a wide scaled locale,) as are some of the other Sim games from Maxis / EA.
2 - The Princess Maker games are an example of the narrow scale SLG, in which you tend to one simulated life (sometimes more, though not on the scale of the widescale SLGs.) These tend to be more detailed as far as character growth is concerned (details may include habits, mood, state of body, etc.

(b) Social Life Game
A game in which you take control of someone's social life. While The Sims could fall under this category, this definition truly pertains to the ren'ai gaming style (the "love sims" if you may) that include most visual novels and practically every dating sim.
What friggin' example? Okay... The Sims is a great SLG, but all these expansion packs are hurting my wallet!
by M. I. Orikasa September 04, 2003
 
2.
Either the worst idea anyone's ever had, or "like Bruce Lee meets Musashi, only better." (source: 8-Bit Theater, episode 068)

A seemingly impossible combination of sword and nunchuck that must be possible in some respect, considering Fighter sent the plans to himself in the past. Other variations on this exotic weapon include axechucks, bowchucks, and chuckchucks.
John twirled the swordchucks in such a poor manner that left him with a bleeding armpit and four less fingers.
by M. I. Orikasa August 27, 2003
 
3.
Completely useless rating of several issued to TV shows in the U.S. (the others being TV-Y, TV-G, TV-PG, TV-14, and TV-MA) that is usually given to shows considered so-called children's entertainment when the TV-PG rating more than suffices.

This rating sometimes carries the FV content label.
The very thought of a TV-Y7 version of Ruroni Kenshin is enough to make me flog the heads of Media Blasters with their own arteries.
by M. I. Orikasa August 27, 2003
 
4.
Completely useless rating of several issued to TV shows in the U.S. (the others being TV-Y7, TV-G, TV-PG, TV-14, and TV-MA) that is usually given to shows considered so-called children's entertainment when the TV-G rating more than suffices.
When Shelley saw her cableless TV was mired in TV-Y land, she opted for some fresh L.A. air instead.
by M. I. Orikasa August 27, 2003
 
5.
if
sometimes I.F. The abbreviation for interactive fiction
Inform is an I.F. engine made to run zcode games like Zork II.
by M. I. Orikasa August 29, 2003
 
6.
A TV rating, one of several issued to TV shows in the U.S. (the others being TV-Y, TV-Y7, TV-G, TV-PG, and TV-14) that is usually given to shows that are supposed to cater to mature audiences... shows whose "maturity" is two notches below Sesame Street.
When an animated show like South Park gets a TV-MA rating and can't do half the stuff that the TV-14 rated Man Show can do, then you know something is wrong. Then again, consistency and Comedy Central go together like Merlot and meatloaf.
by M. I. Orikasa August 28, 2003
 
7.
Also known as IF, this is a gamestyle that doesn't require a fully decked nVidia graphics card or Surround Sound. While it can be argued that any video game is interactive and fictional, IF refers to text adventures like the Zork series or Colossal Cave.

The lack of non-ASCII graphics does not mean that IF is not graphic in any capacity. Some of the deaths in IF are described in more detail than most gib-splattering FPS games care to show, which is to say nothing of the sexual content in some titles....

IF is also partially responsible for the point-and-click adventure and perhaps some in the SLG field, particularly visual novels and dating sims.
I downloaded that interactive fiction game "Adverbum;" surely, some solution should surface suddenly!
by M. I. Orikasa August 27, 2003