What are your orders Megatron?
25th June 2004
I'm interested in peoples views on "gibs". What would people give as the definition of a "gib"? Mine is a ball of rolling, mutalated flesh. An example is on the game Unreal Tournament. Hit someone with a rocket launcher and he will be "gibbed". What is your view?
8th May 2002
Never heard of "gibs" before.
RogueDevil / Rogue Angel
29th May 2003
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15th March 2005
How could you have never heard of "gibs" before, Giz? You need to go waste more of your time playing video games!
Honestly, though, I don't know how many interpretations of "gib" you could have. A gib's a gib.
Wanna go Double Dutch?
9th December 2003
The only thing I think to when I hear "gib" or "gibs" is Mr Gibs who is a dev in the FH team. :clueless: Never heard of Gib meaning something... :clueless:
No! I'm Spamacus!
17th June 2003
Gibs is a new term to me, have heard of people complaining that there aren't enough giblets in games these days, but never gibs. Personally I don't think "gibs" should be a determining factor in whether or not a game becomes a keeper. :Puzzled:
C'mon! Have a brain!
6th December 2004
The word "Gib" reminds me of Enemy Territory. When you shoot someone, you can gib them so a medic cannot revive them.
20th April 2005
Makes me think of little pices of flesh and muscle tissue.
31st December 2003
I've heard it before, but never really used it as a word. It makes me think of the UT option instagib.
even so, I don't find the quantity of gibs to be a large factor in determining the quality of a game.
gibs ARE fun, though. Teehee, limbs!
Serious business brigade
4th September 2004
It seems to be an UT thing mainly, as bodies explode into "gibs", chunks of flesh that may or may not contain bones.