Definition of cutscene in English:

cutscene

Line breaks: cut|scene
Pronunciation: /ˈkʌtsiːn/

noun

(In computer games) a scene that develops the storyline and is often shown on completion of a certain level, or when the player’s character dies: between every few missions there’s a lengthy cutscene which fills in the gaps in the story
More example sentences
  • Sometimes these activities involve keys and consoles, other times it's simply a matter of coming across a set point in the level that triggers a cutscene, allowing the characters and story to move forward.
  • Levels and characters are combined into lengthy cutscenes that play out well and help to maintain the overall humorous feel of the game.
  • There are beautiful cinematic cutscenes and the character animations are well done.

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