Gamer's guilt is the apologetic way that gamers talk about video games when they know other people are listening. They will shy away from in depth discussion or areas that sound nerdy and will change their tone in order to appear as if they are speaking about their beloved games in an ironic manner.

The root of gamer's guilt stems from the gamer's fear of being viewed in a sterotypical manner.
I keep trying to talk with John on the bus about call of duty but we can never talk properly because he gets really bad gamer's guilt.
by oconnest October 04, 2009
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