Actually that burden falls to you, who challenged my use of it in the first place. This isn't english class and even those who don't speak it as a 1st language likely don't want it to be. Generally people don't bother correcting usage/spelling/etc. to begin with (I'm not sure it's even within good forum etiquette to be honest), certainly not when a word is used correctly by at least ONE definition of it. You're basically getting defensive because I knocked a game speed and using semantics as the basis for complaining about it. Apparently, your definition of broken is used and understood in the gaming community (as mentioned by friend here), but it is 100% without a doubt not the ONLY one. Clearly whatever definition you use is not the sole one either, but you're the one challenging the usage, not I, in case you forgot. It's hard to pin the "narrow minded" tag on me, when the one attempting to force an unintended definition was somebody else...who is being rather hypocritical about the whole thing really.