What’s good, everyone? Hey, another easy one! Today we’re simply posting pictures of a game setting we wish we lived in. This one’s easy for me. Earth and Mars in the year 2174, setting of my favorite video game of all time, Zone of the Enders: The 2nd Runner.
Futuristic cityscapes, planetary elevators and advanced technology, but in the midst of a great war. So why would I want to live here? Duh, because I’d be behind the wheel of one of those awesome Orbital Frames, like my good buddy Jehuty up there, because no little boy has ever had the dream of piloting an awesome giant robot, right?
— Evo out.
Howdy everyone! Hannah here. While I don’t really like snow, I would LOVE to live in the Dragon Cave level of 1080 Snowboarding!
You may think I’m joking, but I’m totally not. I absolutely adored this game when I was younger, especially the Dragon Cave level – it’s pure fun on a bun y’all!
In real life I would absolutely for sure kill myself snowboarding, but I figure if I lived there I’d have it made. For starters let’s say I could live in one of the cabins – awesome. Books and fireplaces for life. Plus I’d have hella cool dance music (untz untz) all the time, torches and drawbridges, and even what looks like the Aurora Borealis!
I dare you to tell me what’s not to love about this place.
– HSLAMMA WILL RESPAWN IN THREE… TWO… ONE…
Hello everyone! The picture below is from the game setting I would most like to live in.
I love big cities and Illium from Mass Effect sounds like it would be fun to live in! I would, of course, want to live here without the world ending and all.
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What’s happening, everyone? James B. Boss here with my entry for today’s challenge. When it comes to the question of which video game world I would like to live in, there’s only one clear answer: the world of Pokemon.
Why? First of all, there is so much to explore. Second? there are over a hundred different types of Pokemon and being able to visit their habitats and learn their way of living, would be an amazing experience. There are also six different regions to visit, each with their own unique surroundings and Pokemon. Also, you can apparently take a sanctioned break from school at the age of 10 to go for your Pokémon Trainer journey. Sounds good to me!
— Boss? What happened? BOSS?!