Video games often take place in fantastic worlds. While many of those worlds are dark places where you probably don't want to hang out, there are others where you could easily see yourself investing in real estate and living out your days. This list of video game settings that you would want to live in ranks gaming worlds from most livable to least hospitable based on your votes.
Whether you/re looking for vibrant landscapes, lawless desolation, or diverse cultures, this list of game locales includes a whole range of sci-fi and fantasy settings, as well as the oddball worlds in between. Which video game worlds do you want to live in? Is it the Elder Scrolls planet of Nirn? Or is it the literal Land of the Dead in stylish classic Grim Fandango? No matter your choice, there's a home for you here.There have to be video game world you want to live in, so take a look at our list of game settings and vote up the fictitious places where you'd most like to live. Who knows, maybe someday you'll be able to call Hyrule home.
Nirn (The Elder Scrolls)
The world of Elder Scrolls series is vast, and while some places are harsher than others, what's known as the mortal plane has some of the coolest locations. Even in the cold and harsh Skyrim, you can still get to see a dragon. Sure, look at it from afar to stay safe, but still... dragons. C'mon!
Hyrule (Legend of Zelda)
One of the more classic fantasy settings, as long as Link is out there to save the day, you'll be living around gorgeous landscapes with plenty of magic to go around. There's only a hostile takeover every once in a while. You'll get used to it.
Albion is a patchwork of city-states between stretches of lawless land, but as long as you stay in those city-states, you'll end up around beautiful fantasy settings with all manner of different and interesting races. Stay in the cities and enjoy hanging out with diverse crowds.
The Old Republic (Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic)
Even while there's an intergalactic war going on between two factions of space wizards, there's no shortage of coolness and wonder when you're living a long time ago, in a galaxy far, far away. Who knows? Maybe you'll be able to get your own lightsaber.