29 definitions by Sega Slayer

Top Definition
1. A person who is completely loyal to a game or company reguardless of if they suck or not.
2. A pathetic insult often used by fanboys themselves to try and put down people who don't like whatever it is they like.
3. See fool or SEGA.
"If you don't worship SEGA and send them all your money and pay $500 for the copy of Panzer Dragon I'm selling on ebay then your obviously a Sony fanboy even though I've never heard you mention a single thing about Sony the entire five minutes I've known you." Said the SEGA Fanboy.

"Yeah but the SNES didn't have Blast Processing" Said the Sega fanboy.

"FF7 sucks" Said the
SEGA Saturn fanboy.
by Sega Slayer June 26, 2003
The term "Gamer" by itself can apply to nearly anyone who plays video games on a regular basis or even once in a long while. However, even among gamers and the definitions on this site there is a large amount of debate about who and what gamers exactly are. The best way to define the term "gamer" is not to define it at all but accept that there are in fact many types of gamers out there and there is no blanket term that can cover them all.

Casual gamers are the people who mostly own console systems and buy mostly sports and racing games. They don't like fantasy games and only enjoy sci-fi games based on movies they may have seen. This group, unfortunatly, makes up the bulk of the gaming community and the current popularity of shitty games on shitty console systems is evidence of this. Casual Gamers think that having a "life" consists entirely of getting laid and drunk on a regular basis and have very little interest in games outside of a way to pass the time without spending alot of money.

The group of people who call themselves Hardcore gamers aren't often quite as "hardcore" about gaming as they would like to think. These are the people you see complaining that games now come in fancy modes like "3D" and debating the finer points of why Final Fantasy 6 was better than Final Fantasy 7. The only people who might actually be hardcore are the people who sit an camp the firegiant hideout in evercamp for 72 hours at a time just to get some item that will help them camp better. I wouldn't rate either side of this coin as being a very pretty sight.

Finally there are the true gamers who actually treat gaming as a real HOBBY and not just a way to pass time or something to try and collect hundred upon thousands of. True Gamers just try to find an enjoy the best games out there and don't like getting ripped off because Casual gamers are pushing the industry towards a point where the only games that will be profitable are Madden and GTA. True Gamers often own high quality PC's and play PC games most often. Despite what most people might think a PC isn't hard to operate and doesn't cost too much. The people who say PC's are too expensive are often spending hundreds of dollars on console systems that can't do even half as many things as a PC can do and to make matters worse they own more than one of these stone age devices.
True Gamers: Don't pay attention to the poseurs and bums out there who just play Madden or are too busy talking about Final Fantasy 6 to play anything at all. Just continue to buy good games from good companies so our little corner of the gaming community doesn't end up with an "Out of bussiness" sign hanging on the door.
by Sega Slayer April 09, 2005
PEOPLE! These AWFUL and INACCURATE definitions for Sega HAVE TO STOP! Sega has NEVER made weapons for the military or "photo boots" of any kind.

Sega was founded by an american named David Rosen who saw how popular pinball machines were among soldiers on US military bases. He started a company called Service Games to import these pinball machines to US bases in japan. Eventually he bought out a Jutebox facotry and used it to start making arcade machines. SEGA was printed on the side of the machines because it was short for "SErvice GAmes" and Rosen liked it enough to make it the new name for the company. Eventually they started to release home console systems in japan and fianlly released the SEga Master System(SMS) worldwide(IT WAS OT THEIR FIRST SYSTEM!). Eventually the videogame market crashed and the US assets of Sega had to be sold off but in Japan Sega survived by being bought out by Japanese investors. After that Sega went on the Release the Genesis(also know as Mega Drive in places where Sega was actually popular). The Genesis was a hit because most people weren't willing to wait two more year for the SNES to be released. Sega then screwed up with every hardware item they released after that such as the Game Gear, Nomad, 32X, Sega CD, Saturn and Dreamcast.

Now Sega is sucking the dicks of every other company for money to pay off their seven years of debt.
P.S. Sega has always had poor marketing skills as well.
by Sega Slayer November 18, 2003
Moderators are assigned to "moderate" something which means they are in charge of seeing that it does what it is supposed to do and nothing more.

Most moderators are driven mad by their lust for power and will cause suffering and hatred at every turn because it makes them happy to see others unhappy.

What the other definitions here leave out is that moderators aren't just for forums or websites. There are moderators of sorts in games, chat rooms and many other places. All of them are nerdy teenages who get back at life for making them monsters by taking their anger out on anyone they can.
I used to play a really cool MUD called Moongate until the moderators(caleed immortals for some gay reason) went mad with power, changed the name of the game and banned me for trying to report a bug. Losers.
by Sega Slayer November 11, 2003
1.The spreading of ideas, information, or rumor for the purpose of helping or injuring an institution, a cause, or a person.
2. Pretty much anything stated by any official at SEGA.
"Oh that? Its just swamp gas! heh heh heh..."

"SEGA fully intends to make the Dreamcast the sucessful, well supported system it deserves to be."

"Yeah but the SNES doesn't have Blast processing" said the Sega Freak.
by Sega Slayer June 25, 2003
A garment worn by extremely devout followers of the the mormon cult. It is basically a set of long underwear but the mormons beleive it protects them from evil. Some peole might try and argue that it isn't called magic underwear but if it really protects you from evil then its gotta be magic.
You want an example? I donno, ask a mormon for one the next time one comes to your door to convert you.
by Sega Slayer March 18, 2004
A company that originally broke off from Atari to become the first thrid party developer of the video game industry. Despite their leaving Atari because they didn't like the corporate monney grubbing direction that company was heading they are now every bit as evil and money driven as any other publisher out there. They are famous for releasing buggy hafl assed titles.
Vampire the Masquerade: Bloodlines. A game so buggy I had to use cheat codes to get past doors that were sealed shut because of a bug.
by Sega Slayer April 09, 2005

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