The term used when you are in a mental state which resolves around gaming. The modes are as following.
The state where you can mentally take on the world. True or not to your skill you still believe you can.
Normally after getting either D/C half way through a game or get stood up.
Usually after you get the shit whooped out of you but you still feel like you want to blame someone or something (my team mate let me down). This mode is felt by 99.999999999992% of all noobs who still think that its never their fault they suck ass.
When you know you got taken to school and can admit it. A most graceful defeat often felt by those who can give and take a good shit-kicking.
"BRING EM ON, YA SLAGS!"
"dude, they bailed on me, that sucks ass....meh"
"I'm gonna add this gaming mode to urban dictionary"
Pwner: "Admit it, you got pwned...simple as"
Pwned: "nah it was my mouse, it spazzed on me"
Pwner: "pfffft...whatever noob"
"I GOT KNOCKED THE FUCK OUT MAN!!"
|2.||Gloryholing (gamer term)|
When your hung up on a glitch/object while trying to run away from an enemy or being attacked, it derives from the phrase "My dick was stuck in the gloryhole" which comes from the idea that if you penis is in a gloryhole and you are surprise attacked you cant really run until you take the time to pull your penis out of the gloryhole though by then your already pretty muck dead. (This term is used in a video game setting and not to be confused with the literal definition of "gloryhole").
Example 1: I was running from the Berserker but i gloryholed on the wall and it killed me.
Example 2: If i wasnt always "Gloryholing (gamer term)" on the doorway he wouldnt be able to kill me with the riot shield.
|3.||Just went Keanu Reeves|
A gaming term used (usually in COD or Halo) where you are able to kill off the existing opposite team on your own.
Aw dude I just went Keanu Reeves :D
A gaming term to describe someone who plays games that typically involve very fast paced action and require excellent reaction times to master.
Classic arcade games such as Missile Command and Defender require quick reflexes. Unreal Tournament and Quake are more contempory examples.
Typically with these games, you have little time to think. Some players will be operating purely on instinct. The rapid movements they make is where the name comes from. The player will be twitching as they operate the controls.
John: Damn, I thought I was good at Tekken and then I played that Japanese kid.
Sally: He doesn't do anything but drink Jolt Cola, play that game and sleep. He's a twitcher.
being harassed my a partner/mother/father/sister/brother for gaming either online or plain ol' regular like in the lounge room for playing too long and "ignoring them"
Gotta go...getting alpha'd by the missus
the term came into everyday slang use inspired by a clanmate who was was almost constantly being harrased by his wife while he played online with us.
His screen name was Alpha.
1) A term coined by user Espen (his other alias being Ezra) in the Kotaku comments of article: "Homeless People Line Up In America For A PS3" referring to a case in North Carolina in which one Abdul Salem hired 50 homeless people to stand in line to purchase PS3s he intended to resell for massive eBay profits.
2) This term was intended to later be used in any multiplayer scenario (typically strategy or FPS, usually involving troops in a dropship or something of the sort) as troops deployed from their vehicle in numbers.
"I think this has invented a new, delightful term I shall use in any applicable game:
For instance, if one were to be playing a scenario such as Capture the Flag in Halo 2 on Xbox Live, three players may seat themselves in a "Warthog" and approach the enemy base, screaming "Hobo dropship!!!" upon exiting the vehicle
"Sup" is a gaming term meaning that you got a better score on X than someone else, or even multiple people. (verb)
"It takes a great deal of skill to sup Joey at his shooting game."