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What does 3PP stand for?

3PP stands for Third-Person Perspective

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Played from a third-person perspective, its Gears-inspired, cover-based shooting can feel a little clunky and fraught at times.
If you haven't played Silent Hill before, here's a quick rundown of key features: third-person perspective, psychological horror, moral choices leading to different endings, open world exploration, reality warping and a Look Behind You button.
The main problem with Jones' argument is his failure to distinguish the asymmetry between first-person perspective and third-person perspective.
In a seemingly self-conscious manner the text generates discord between the first-person voice of the narrator, Roger Lambert (a professor of divinity in a New England university, who delivers a kind of self-centered confessional narrative) and an omniscient, seemingly third-person perspective from which the (same) narrator relates events beyond his possible ken.
Dragonball Z Budokai Tenkaichi 2 strays from the conventional fighting game format in favour of a third-person perspective, allowing players to get their hooks into their favourite Dragon Ball Z characters.
Name: Spider-man Format: PC/DC/N64/PS Publisher: Activision Release Date: Out Now SPIDER-MAN is a new third-person perspective action game recently released on the PC after first appearing on the three major consoles.
The "psychological costs of raising girls in a culture that persistently objectifies the female body" socialize women to adopt a third-person perspective on their bodies.
The narrative, in which an ambiguous voice alternates between first- and third-person perspectives, embodies a unique, personal expression of a universal mythology, not only grounded in Judeo-Christian tradition but also based on the Greek pagan world of gods, heroes, and monsters.
Dead to Rights is a third-person perspective shooter littered with cinematic set-pieces, the intention being to turn this into some kind of Game-Noire piece of interactive crime fiction.