Thirsty Conversations: If Life Were A Dream, Which Game World Would You Live In?

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What if you could, in a blink of an eye, determine any world to live in, be it reality or virtual, wouldn’t that be something? I know, it’s a crazy thought – but we’re gamers, we’re allowed to think outer-worldly! So let’s narrow this down, if you could choose to be in any game’s world, be it Skyrim, Uncharted, God of War, COD, Battlefield, Mario, Sonic, Metal Gear Solid, Dead Space, Far Cry, Assassin’s Creed or any other franchise, big or small, which would it be?

Would you choose somewhere peaceful and calm, or a place with constant war? How about a romantic atmosphere – or horror, even? Let’s hear it, man! Talk about the game and it’s world.

Let’s talk. Do it here: The Official Games Thirst Final Fantasy.

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4 Comments on "Thirsty Conversations: If Life Were A Dream, Which Game World Would You Live In?"

  1. Baran Altuncu November 27, 2012 at 8:47 am -

    I would love it if I was in Resistance, I could see Joe Capelli since Nathan Hale would be dead.

  2. nick November 28, 2012 at 3:43 am -

    hard choice.
    either skyrim because oh it looks OH so beautiful!
    and quite realistic, walking in the jungle hearing birds singing, waterfalls trickling, and the beautiful sky……. oh so beautiful!
    or far cry 3 simply because of the same reason.
    my god that water, the grass and trees!
    so much nicer than this boring planet!

  3. Ghost250 November 28, 2012 at 4:06 am -

    well thats an easy one. Onimusha of course, running around feudal Japan slaughtering demons and collecting their souls. there is nothing more better lol.

  4. nick November 28, 2012 at 9:15 am -

    still think AC should go there, it would be so cool!
    such a floral architectural beautiful interesting place to visit.

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