first-person shooter


Also found in: Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

first-person shooter

n
(Other Non-sporting Hobbies) a type of computer game in which the player aims and shoots at targets, and the graphics displayed are seen from the viewpoint of the shooter. Abbreviation: FPS
Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition 2014 © HarperCollins Publishers 1991, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2003, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2011, 2014
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
Summary: Kyoto Prefecture [Japan], Aug 19 (ANI): Nintendo Switch is getting two new titles today, the first-person shooter 'Superhot' and top-down shooter 'Hotline Miami'.
"Insurgency: Sandstorm" is a multiplayer, tactical, first-person shooter game developed by New World Interactive and published by Focus Home Interactive.
The second game to be developed in the North East is a new first-person shooter called Outriders.
Harrigan warns however that because it is a free game, its monetization depends on players' purchasing of new cosmetic "skins", adding that unlike Fortnite, the first-person shooter view of Apex Legends lessens the appeal of these skins.
Overwatch itself is a first-person shooter video game which sees teams of six players battle rival teams in a fast-paced, futuristic setting.
MOTHERGUNSHIP fuses the modern first-person shooter with the unrelenting danger of the old-school 2D shoot-'em-up; games known for challenging you to survive a 'bullet hell' of enemy projectiles.
A Lebanese media company affiliated with the militant group has released Sacred Defense, a first-person shooter video game in which players defend Shiite Muslim shrines and take down ISIS warriors.
A reboot of the first-person shooter classic, DOOM takes everything brilliant from the original game and adapts it into the most faithful modern rendition possible.
Modern Warfare, first released in 2007, redefined the first-person shooter game genre with its fast-paced action coupled with great cinematic scenes that told a great story.
It is a science fiction first-person shooter game that puts players in the shoes of scientist Dr.
Indeed, in the more advanced societies, it feels as if the majority of the retail experience is lived in a new version of Second Life or, worse, a first-person shooter video game where pissed off aliens, zombies and assorted terrorists are replaced by washing powders and cornflakes.