First Person Shooter

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The First Person Shooter game genre, often abbreviated FPS is based on a game where the player looks in to the game from the perspective of the character (or unit) he or she is playing. Traditionally, a player can see a weapon in the lower end of the screen, shooting enemy AI units, or opposing players.

Gameplay[edit | edit source]

Most FPS games use Friendly Fire, but some don't.

Examples[edit | edit source]

Classic examples of FPS games include Doom and Quake.

Related Articles[edit | edit source]

FPS is not to be confused with "the other FPS" - Frames Per Second - a technical term.