Locations of a games
Locations of a games
An incredibly massive, kilometers-tall construct at the center of City 17, the Citadel is the Combine's central headquarters for their occupation forces on Earth
It's a battle station the size of a small moon. It's also loaded with a laser capable of obliterating planets whole. It's the Empire's ultimate weapon. It's no moon.
Metropolis is a fictional city in the DC Comics Universe. It is Superman's base of operations.
Isengard is a fortress in the Lord of the Rings that is run by the wizard Saruman.
Eggman's Death Star-like fortress from the Sonic francise
The Technodrome is an underground mobile battle station from Dimension X. Headquarters of Krang, Shredder and all their Dimension X minions.
Andrew Ryan, the creator and designer of the city known as Rapture, once said, "it was not impossible to build Rapture at the bottom of the sea -- it was impossible to build it anywhere else."
Silent Hill is the fog-covered supernatural town that is the setting for many games in the series of the same name.
A city is a large and densely populated urban area.
The infamous psychiatric asylum where all of Batman's most nefarious enemies are held. The 2009 game, Batman: Arkham Asylum plays out entirely on these grounds.
Mortal Kombat 3 arena in which soul columns twisted up cavernous open mouths of carved rock. A successful uppercut in the Soul Chamber landed the players in The Balcony above.
Hell stage featured in Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3. This stage is home to Scorpion.
A fighting stage in Mortal Kombat 3. The Rooftop was also accessible from The Bank stage below, when a fighter connected successfully with an uppercut.
Stage from Mortal Kombat 3. The stained glass in the background features the MK logo, and candle flames burn in the foreground.
Sometimes called "The Cave" or "Cavern," this Arena from Ultimate Mortal Kombat 3 features Shao Khan on a throne in the background.
Shang Tsung watches the battle of Mortal Kombat unfold from his throne, and prepares to deny the victor. He applauds your effort.
First appearing in Mortal Kombat 3, the Subway offered, for those that resisted uppercutting, a chance to fling their opponent in front of a train to finish them. The MK: Armageddon version of the arena added trains running along both walls.
Widely considered to be one of the most iconic locations in the Sonic series, Green Hill Zone has appeared in several games made by SEGA.
Run-down or glamorous, legit or underground, the gambling and questionable professionalism of a casino can used as a way for players to increase their financial well-being or be used to create a unique atmosphere, generally the former in video games
A general location used to store and invest money. Whether players rob it, or store money in it and gain some interest, banks are a long-standing institution in video games.
Arcanum is the continent on which the events of the game Arcanum: Of Steamworks and Magick Obscura take place.
The Black Mesa Research Facility is the massive underground complex that serves as the setting for the original Half-Life and its three expansion packs.
Japan is an island country located in the Western Pacific Ocean and is one of the main territories for the development and sale of video games.
The White House in Washington, D. C. is the residence of the President of the United States of America. It is located on 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue.
One of the Terran Confederacy colonies that was "purified" by the Protoss when it was infested by the Zerg. The home of Raynors Raiders.
Zerus - volcanic planet, the home of the Zerg race.
Nova Prospekt is an area in Half-Life 2. The Combine use Nova Prospekt to store political prisoners.
When trains aren't objects, they're usually locations. Famous train sequences include the subway ride in Final Fight, and the haunted train ride in Blood, which required you to sabotage the engine to get to the next level.
A rapid transit system operating below the surface of the ground.
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