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Meshiuma (メシウマ) is a Japanese slang word originating from 2channel, which is a shortened version of 他人の不幸でメシがうまい (tanin no fukou de meshi ga umai), whose meaning is "Other people's misfortunes make the food tasty", which is a metaphor for "getting aroused from the misfortunes of others", thus it's the Japanese word for "schadenfreude".
交通事故やのに何でコイツ笑ってんの?メシウマか?
KOUTSUU JIKO YANONI NANDE KOITSU WARATTEN NO? MESHIUMA KA?
Even though it's a traffic accident, why is he laughing? Is he shadenfreude?
by Amagami December 21, 2015
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Kusoge (クソゲー) is a Japanese word for "shitty game".

The term is used to refer to video games with abysmal graphics, gameplay, sound, games that feature an abnormally high amount of bugs that lead to numerous in-game glitches, broken controls. However, a kusoge doesn't need to be a bug-infested, broken game. It may also be a well-programmed game that features, on the other hand, incredibly frustrating gameplay or artificial difficulty level oscillations (e.g. Takeshi no Chousenjou for the Famicom (Japanese NES) ).

A good example of a Western kusoge is "Cheetahmen II" made by Active Enterprises, which features good music, but everything else is so miserably broken and glitchy, making the game virtually unplayable.

On the other side of the world, we have a kusoge called "Hoshi wo Miru Hito" (星をみるひと - the man who sees the stars) which is a JRPG created by Japanese company HOT-B. The gameplay and look is similar to Dragon Quest, but it is utterly broken and frustrating.
バグ多いよ!!なんだよこのクソゲー!?
BAGU OOI YO!! NANDA YO KONO KUSOGE!?
There are so many freakin' bugs! What's this kusoge!?
by Amagami December 21, 2015
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