I love the use of “Yo contra el barrio”, I wish it was more prevalent.
One thing I love about the way chileans speak about videogames is saying “dar vuelta” (flip it/rolled it) for when you finish a game. From what I gather, the term predates videogames and actually comes from the moment the score rolls over back to 0 in pinball machines, although there may be better explanations. Is there similar way of saying this in english?
On a more personal note, growing up my dad wouldn’t talk about videogames as “the nintendo” or "the playstation, he would call them “mames”, as my sister and me grew up mostly emulating videogames in the computers he would build rather than playing them on consoles, so whenever we wanted to play something, he talked about “instalar los mames”.