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Push Square: "Whichever of our esteemed colleagues in the games industry coined the word 'bullshot' deserves a knighthood. The term – a combination of a curse word and 'screenshot' – refers to the practice of publishers releasing images not wholly representative of their games. Indeed, during the PlayStation 3 era particularly, it was common for companies to dress up their games with images rendered at a much higher resolution than last-gen consoles could ever cope with, before scaling them back down. This led to the pictures looking much cleaner than what you'd ever actually see on your screen."

 

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