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Submitted by Lucario 655d ago | article

. . . But I Wouldn’t Want to Live There

Diehard GameFAN: Video Games can be a vacation, a vacation from your work, from your life, from who you are. But as often is the case, destinations are readily described as “a nice place to visit, but I wouldn’t want to live there.”

Certainly, you wouldn’t to spend all of your days sweeping for mines, ducking for cover behind chest high walls, avoiding the deadly touch of turtles, running away from ghosts while eating pills, or living in a world where pre-pubescent boys control powerful monsters.

With that in mind, we asked some of the staff of Diehard GameFAN to explain which video game city would be the worst place to live. (Culture, inFamous 2, PC, PS3, Punch-Out!!, Retro, SimCity, Snatcher, Wii)

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