This question hurts me....
Yes an 'American' game will run on an English PC.................
If you mean English By England Than that depeds what console but it probably wont matter
"Stacking" is an adventure video-puzzle video game released in 2011. It has been developed by "Double Fine Productions" and published by American company "THQ".
'Un Video Juego' means Video Games.:D
it says on Google, that 69% of American households play video games.
They were developed by Game Freak and published by Nintendo.
It's the same in British English as it is in North American English. The word "film" can also be used.
The prime product developed by Moto Games is motocross video games including Motocross World Championship, Motocross Madness, Freestyle Motocross and X Games.
No, as Asia has their format of encoding the games, and English consoles have their own. This also applies to English games on an Asian game console.
Counter Strike is first person shooter video game. Counter Strike was developed by Valve Corporation. It has developed into a series of many video games.
Onimusha is a series of video games developed by Japanese electronics company Capcom. The first in the series, Onimusha: Warlords, was released in 2001.
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A lot of them.
Video games starting becoming very popular starting in the 1970's into the 1980's when arcade games, gaming consoles and computer games were starting to be developed.
The video game series Midnight Club was developed by Rockstar San Diego. It is a series of racing video games where the player can drive through various cities, such as New York and London.
The video game "Burnout Paradise" was developed by Criterion Games. It was published by Electronic Arts and its platform include XBox 360, PlayStation 3, and Microsoft Windows.
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A lot of the most popular video games are made over seas, but the US has one of the largest video game markets (more kids play video games here). When earlier video games were coming out, a lot of the dialogue didn't make sense because it had been so poorly translated to English. That's where the famous video game line "all your base belong to us" comes from. google it.
I think that if you put a Japanese game into an American system, it would play it normally in English, or whatever your video game language setting you have. All Wii's use the same universal chip, and all Playstations, etc. I think this applies to all video games.
The Chrono video game franchise is developed by Square Enix, formerly known as Square, who also publish the games. The games have received mostly very positive reviews.