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The United States serves as the location or the back-story of countless video games. It also plays host to some of the largest game development studios and publishers in the world.
Space, the Final Frontier, the focal point and main location of space faring games, from Asteroids to the Mass Effect series.
A large densely wooded area.
A city is a large and densely populated urban area.
A dark opening in a solid mass, like rock.
Japan is an island country located in Eastern Asia and the Western Pacific Ocean. In the video game industry, Japan has for a long time been one of the most important territories for the development and sale of video games.
Deserts are typically depicted as hot arid places.
A room which is devoted entirely to hygiene, containing a toilet and sometimes a sink. Residential bathrooms typically have a shower or bathtub.
Beaches are slopes of sand, gravel, or pebbles that lead down to the water of an ocean, sea, river, or lake.
An east-Asian nation, China has the largest population of any country on Earth. With a history dating back thousands of years, it is also among the oldest sovereign states still in existence.
A large building constructed of stone, used as a defensive structure. They usually date from the Middle Ages.
The city that never sleeps. Home to Times Square, Broadway, and the Empire State Building. It is the largest city in the United States.
A elevation of land rising to a height greater than 610 meters.
These games often take place in submerged environments or have underwater swimming levels.
A place of worship.
A common place in Survival Horror video games. Burial grounds for the deceased. Or zombies.
A network of underground tunnels designed for the disposal of waste.
A place to buy alcoholic beverages and to mingle/meet with non player characters. Bars in games are sometimes essential to advance the plot, or recruit party members. Bars are the modern equivalents of taverns. You see taverns in fantasy games and bars in modern/sci-fi games.
A place where flowing water rapidly drops in elevation.
A kitchen is found in many game for purposes of food preparation and storage. People may eat there too.
Area above houses and buildings. You can walk, run or jump on and over rooftops. Usually good sniping positions.
Underneath a planet's surface is considered to be underground, especially if it is near the top of the surface. Some of the games have you digging through the dirt.
The homeworld of Humanity, and a popular vacation destination for galactic travellers in-the-know. The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy defines Earth as "mostly harmless."
A prison is a secure location built for the confinement of a person or persons for a set length of time. It is often built by the state to punish criminals, and sequester them from productive members of society.
Excessively large and luxurious houses, usually built on several thousand square feet.
Any school building in a game, including High School, Jr. High, and Elementary Schools.
A thoroughfare that is lined with buildings. Sometimes people fight in them.
Home is where the heart is, and a good place to go back to when you want some rest. A home can also be a good place to save your game, change your clothes, and change your options.
In the jungle, the mighty jungle, the lion sleeps tonight...
Russia is the largest country in the world. Formerly part of the Soviet Union, it is now a Federation with its President Vladimir Putin and its Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.
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