A videogame or video game is an electronic game in which one or more people interact, by means of a controller, with a device that displays video images.1 This electronic device, known generically as “platform”, can be a computer, an arcade machine, a video game console or a portable device (a mobile phone, for example). Video games are, year by year, one of the main industries of art and entertainment.
Typically, video games recreate environments and virtual situations in which the gamer can control one or several characters (or any other element of that environment), to achieve one or more objectives within certain rules.
Depending on the video game, a game can be played by a single person against the machine, two or more people on the same machine, or multiple players through a LAN or online via the Internet, competing against the machine or against each other.
There are video games of many types. Some of the most representative genres are video games of action, role, strategy, simulation, sports or adventure.
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