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Buildings that have fallen in to a state of disrepair.
A narrow street with walls on both sides.
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 room which is devoted entirely to hygiene, containing a toilet and sometimes a sink. Residential bathrooms typically have a shower or bathtub.
A town in the Bracknell Forest borough of Berkshire, England.
Because some bridges are too large to be considered mere objects.
A city, unitary authority area and ceremonial county in South West England.
A place where buses are stored.
A type of food service location in which there is little or no table service.
A Christian church which is the seat of a bishop, usually more elaborate than normal churches.
A dark opening in a solid mass, like rock.
A ceremonial county in North West England.
From Guitar Hero to Tony Hawk's Pro Skater, Chicago has played an important role in gaming.
Conversion Centres are essentially enormous factories used by the Chimera to transform infected Humans into the various Chimeran strains. They disappear after Resistance: Retribution when a fully biological alternative is developed by the Chimera.
A place of worship.
A city is a large and densely populated urban area.
The Eiffel Tower is the most famous landmark in Paris and defines its skyline. The Tower was originally built to commemorate the 1889 World's Fair.
England is on the Island of Great Britain, a set of Islands in the Northwestern part of Europe. Its capital city is London.
One of the traditional seven continents, Europe is a favorite source of video game settings. In the real world, European countries have produced a host of notable developers and publishers, and compose a large gaming market.
A gas station is a type of establishment that sells fuel and lubricants for automobiles. In video games, they serve as something else: a massive bomb.
Germany is a country in Central Europe which borders eight countries and is one of the founding members of the European Union. Almost all of the WWII-themed games take place in a (mostly caricatured) Nazi-Germany (1939-1945), whether they are RTS or FPS. Frequently, villains are stereotypical Germans.
A seaport on the Humber Estuary in Lincolnshire, England.
Halls, also called hallways or corridors, are areas that connect rooms. Not much happens here except people going from one room to another, but in some games the player sees little else.
A structure or building for housing aircraft.
Iceland is an interesting country that many games will utilize as a special level and is believed by many people to be made of ice which is wrong.
A kitchen is found in many game for purposes of food preparation and storage. People may eat there too.
The living room is the place in the house you're most likely to "hang out" in. It usually has a couch, chairs, and most importantly TV's, VCR's, stereos, and video game consoles and games.
One of the more dangerous areas of school.
The capital of England, and home to many great land marks including Big Ben, The Tower of London and Tower Bridge to name a few. It is also the host city for the 2012 Summer Olympic Games and Mario & Sonic at the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Southern State in the United States of America
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