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Released Mar 18, 2008
A room which is devoted entirely to hygiene, containing a toilet and sometimes a sink. Residential bathrooms typically have a shower or bathtub.
A fictitious casino featured in both Rainbow Six Vegas and its sequel.
A place to gamble.
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.
France is a republic in Western Europe. Its capital city is Paris. It is also the origin of the baguette.
A place where cars and other possessions are kept.
A place which houses exercise equipment for the purpose of physical exercise.
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 location for the disposal of rubbish.
A kitchen is found in many game for purposes of food preparation and storage. People may eat there too.
Whatever happens in Vegas, is bound to come back to bite you in the ass.
Where people come to browse and borrow books and other media, or do research. May contain a shushing librarian. Also some mansions may contain a room called the library.
One of the more dangerous areas of school.
Excessively large and luxurious houses, usually built on several thousand square feet.
Mexico is a federal republic in North America. Its capital city is Mexico City.
A state in the United States of America perhaps most famous for having Las Vegas and Area 51.
A location wherein real-life and fictional beings alike go to relax, get plastered, and/or shake their groove thang.
The third-largest continent in the world.
A building containing offices where work is done, usually of an executive nature.
Massive Facility dedicated to the refining of crude oil.
A common wealth (Although referred to as a country sometimes)as well as a part of the Greater Antilles. Along with Hispaniola, Jamaica, Cuba, and the Cayman Islands.
A complex of branching railway lines and other infrastructure where rail operators switch and store rail cars.
Area above houses and buildings. You can walk, run or jump on and over rooftops. Usually good sniping positions.
Any school building in a game, including High School, Jr. High, and Elementary Schools.
Basically areas in the United States South of the Mason Dixie line. Much of the culture and mannerisms differ than that of the Northern United States.
Sporting events are held in these stadium or dome designed buildings.
Stairways are areas you can go up or down in via steps. It is usually done by walking, but escalators save you the effort. Also, technically, ladders are movable stairways.
A rectangular area on which a game of tennis is played.
Texas was the 28th state to join the United States of America. Prior to its statehood, it had been a part of Mexico before gaining independence and temporary status as a sovereign republic.
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.
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