A tag is a keyword or label that categorizes your question with other, similar questions. Using the right tags makes it easier for others to find and answer your question.
primarily used for gaming purposes, such as gaming consoles, controllers and joysticks, and more. Use this tag for questions regarding the acceptability of gaming ha…
a community event happening every Saturday and Sunday. We play games together, sometimes record them and place them on our Youtube Channel.
Tags should clearly define a single topic area, but sometimes, a tag is generic enough that it can apply to two or more completely separate topics. If your question pertains to a tag with multiple mea…
deliberately creating questions (sometimes multiple) with the intention of being 'first', to fill a gap in the site, or to act as a single source for other questions, is known as 'seeding'. For sharin…
tagged with this tag every year for the Stack Exchange community to vote on which ones they would like to see and which ones they would not. For more information on the pr…
discussion on the subject of mods for games should use this tag. Also consider [allowed-questions]
A subset of Gaming History questions which ask to find the first game that used or popularized a certain mechanic, terminology, feature, or idea. Use this tag when asking about or discussing the rules…
Answer Swarm was a contest to celebrate the launch of StarCraft 2: Heart of the Swarm. The contest began on Tuesday, March 12 at 12:00 AM UTC and ended on Thursday, Mar 21 12:00 AM UTC.
to make requests for question merges. If you have a suggestion for a retag request, please instead use "retag-request".
a lightweight formatting syntax, used on Arqade for adding formatting to questions, answers, comments and in chat.