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Like any community in the world, people who play video games have collaboratively created their own language and slang. Many of these words are international, but different languages have different ways of talking about play.

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If a game doesn't work as advertised, Australian consumer law offers gamers plenty of recourse when it comes to getting a refund. But if you pre-order a game and change your mind - say you need the money back, or you've had a change of heart - the consumer protections are very different.

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Dear Lifehacker, I was wondering how much I could get for an Atari 2600 in good condition? It comes with everything needed to get up and running (cables, joysticks, etc.), plus 23 games. I've had a look online, but no two prices are the same. I subsequently have no idea what to ask for!

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Ready to relive some retro games directly in your web browser? If you're bored at work and your mind suddenly drifts to those hours you spent punching a Nintendo Power Pad as a child, don't worry. You can warp back to your youth without ever having to leave your desk. Check out some of these amazing web sites that let you play all the classics right in your browser - no emulator apps or ROMs needed.

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The PlayStation 4 just released a firmware update (5.50) that brought a ton of great features, such as comprehensive parental controls. Here's how you can set age restrictions for certain types of games and movies, set spending limits in the PlayStation Store, and regulate game time each day using the new Family Management feature.

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It's only natural to want to share your hobbies with people you love, but video games can sometimes have a barrier of entry based on skill. If you have friends who you'd like to play games with, but haven't played any before, here's a few good places to start.