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  1. Action

    Titles where the primary element consists of you controlling the actions of the protagonist directly, often requiring quick reflexes and rewarding accuracy and timing. Typical sub-genres: stealth, hack & slash, platformer, sandbox, survival/horror
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  2. Adventure

    Titles where the action takes place for you, generally without constraints on time or significant confrontation. Typical sub-genres: exploration, point & click, visual novel
    777
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  3. Card and Board

    Titles which are often adapted from non-video game predecessors and typically played on a fixed board or using decks of various cards. Typical sub-genres: card, board
    295
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  4. Fighting

    Titles where the primary element involves one-on-one combat between two characters, often requiring extensive use of button combinations to be successful Typical sub-genres: boxing, mixed martial arts, wrestling
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  5. Music and Rhythm

    Titles where the primary element involves replicating song or dance elements. Typical sub-genres: dance, music
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  6. Party

    Titles where the primary element is intended as a multi-player competitive game, often incorporating mini-games or rounds Typical sub-genres: activity, mini games, trivia
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  8. Racing

    Titles where the primary element involves driving vehicles in competitions to reach a certain point or goal before others. Typical sub-genres: arcade, simulation
    187
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  9. RPG

    Titles where the primary element involves exploring a world while solving puzzles and often engaging in combat. Key elements often include growing one or more characters in power and abilities with multiple choices which can lead to dramatically different results in the future. Typical sub-genres: action, dungeon crawler, tactical
    68
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  10. Shmup

    Titles where the primary element consists of controlling a person or vehicle and shooting large waves of enemies while dodging their fire. Typical sub-genres: space, vehicle
    233
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  11. Shooter

    Titles where the primary element is to shoot at enemies as you progress through a story, typically in a first-person or third-person perspective. Typical sub-genres: first person, mech, third person
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  12. Simulation

    Titles where the primary element is to manage the activities of elements of the game to reach a desired outcome or emulate a fictional reality Typical sub-genres: construction and management, dating, hunting and fishing, life, vehicle
    325
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  13. Sports and Fitness

    Titles where the primary element is to participate in sports or fitness oriented activities Typical sub-genres: collegiate sports, professional sports, workout
    163
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  14. Strategy

    Titles where the primary element emphasizes thought, precision, and planning to achieve victory, and typically incorporate strategic and/or tactical elements. Typical sub-genres: real time, tower defense, turn based
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