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playthrough

Recording a video game in action along with running commentary by the player. Also called a "Let's Play."
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Booker and Elizabeth's presence has some influence, influence which makes each dimension - playthrough - unique, but it always falls within the parameters of what was created prior.
Mario is as acrobatic as ever, and using all the skills at his disposal to uncover every secret will see a standard fivehour playthrough easily double or triple.
All too often, a casino will trumpet a headline welcome bonus, only for players to discover - upon reading the small print - that Roulette bets count for little or nothing when trying to meet the inevitable playthrough requirements that come with virtually all new player cash bonuses.
After an arduous playthrough of "Skyrim," what better way to sit back and enjoy the spoils of medieval warfare than by constructing a trophy room to display the bodies of vanquished foes, or enjoy freshly-baked pies courtesy of your own kitchen?
Players will be able to earn up to 20 weapons (including online and offline) with up to five levels of upgrades for most weapons during the first playthrough, plus seven new high-tech gadgets to help them through their journey.
When Shepard sees flashbacks of important characters during the final decision, the flashbacks are now variable based on your playthrough - so your love interest can appear as one of the flashbacks, providing another moment of reflection between Shepard and that character.