Abbreviation for "beat'em'up(s)" in video games that entail scrolling along the screen such as Double Dragon, Final Fight, Streets of Rage or 1-on-1 fighters such as Street Figher and King Of The Fighter series.
See also shmup
Yo man, you checked out that wicked bemup called Spikeout for Xbox?! It's lookin pukka man pukka!
A 16-bit computer system used primarily for gaming and known for it's sophisticated sound processor.
Created by Atari
, the creators of former systems such as the Atari 2600
games console and Atari XL/XE computer systems.
The Atari ST was always compared to the rival 16-bit system Amiga
Apparently, ST stood for "Sam Tramiel", the son of Atari owner Jack Tramiel.
Atari has now been brought out by Midway.
- You seen that game called Dragon Ninja on the C64?
- Yes, it's not as good as the "ST" version though!...
Xbox's online gaming service. Allows gamers to go online with Xbox live enabled games and do battle against each other.
Such live-enabled games consist of Biking games, and FPS's (First Person Shooters) and sport titles, more titles are scheduled for this service.
Xbox-live is only functionable via ADSL
If you've got an Xbox, then you've gotta experience "Xbox live"!
Them's da wickedest!
Expression - Playing about, a tease.
1. Yo Lemon!, bang up some proper choons, stop "Tit-Wanking" about with Britney 'Teeny-Bopping' Spears!!!
2. Lemon would rather play FIFA than International Superstar Soccer on his PS2, what a "Tit-Wank(er)".
Person of Japanese Origin.
You gotta hand it to them, the Japs sure are good at video-games!