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Something that has become increasingly more prominent in the gaming community over time. One has to look no further than the Mass Effect 3 Ending Controversy, protesters demanding a sequal to Half Life 2 and gamers whining about the PS3 getting DLC late. Another serious form of gamer entitlement is when PC gamers whine about developers not prioritizing the PC version of a game for their impractical gaming platform. Most PC gamers don't even buy games anymore, they just pirate them and they wonder why their favorite games don't have sequals. A gamer suffering from entitlement problems is very easy to identify, they have the tendancy to whine and moan over the smallest things and they like signing and creating petitions all the time, they also use excessive amounts of profanities. Gamers in general now days are extremely ungrateful and whiny, if a game isn't flawless they will complain and demand their money back.
Gamer entitlement is a serious mental disease and should not be taken lightly.
by normalgamer November 14, 2012
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A bullshit term devised by the gaming media to paint any criticism gamer's make to a product they bought as "entitled whining". Gamer's spend money to buy games, like any other product. You wouldn't call someone entitled for finding a problem with a restaurant after they gave you shitty, half baked food. Gaming Journalists dissing gamer's for not liking what they bought is a level of insanity that could almost be a Monty Python sketch. Of course, the gaming media and game journalists all know each other, so this shouldn't be a shock.
Only present in the gaming industry for some reason.
Critic: The new DC film sucked so much
Journalist: Yeah, they should have put more effort into it

Critic: Mass Effect's ending sucked so much
Journalist: How dare you, they put a lot of effort into that game. Stop it with your gamer entitlement!
by Kelliot16 October 26, 2016
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