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Just because summer is over doesn’t mean that you have to give up on your vacation dreams. Instead of trying to set up expensive travel arrangements, why not try a video game vacation? Not only can you travel to some really cool places–both real and imagined–but you can do it on the comfort of your own couch!

Join Real Otaku Gamer for more video game vacation destinations! After reading, make sure you take the survey at the end to vote for your favorite video game place.

Game: BioShock Infinite

Place: Columbia

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About: An impossible city in the sky, Columbia was the brainchild of by religious fanatic, Zachary Comstock and designed by physicist Rosalind Luteca. Though the city appears to float on balloons, it uses quantum levitation that allows it to suspend itself in the sky. Built in the late 1800s, Columbia succeeded from the United States and in its own isolation gained more and more contempt for the “Sodom Below.” Declaring himself a prophet, Comstock turned a possible utopia into a dystopia, fostering racism and classism.

Why Visit: Columbia may be a dystopia, but visiting it will get you thinking about modern-day social issues. The architecture and graphics are absolutely gorgeous as well.

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Must See Areas:
• Go zoom around on a sky-hook. It’s like a roller-coaster ride.
• Help the Vox Populi over-throw the government in Finkton.
• Head over the Welcome Center and visit the Columbia raffle and fair.
• Have a good time at Soldier’s Field by visiting the beach in the sky and the ever-fun Battleship Bay.

What do you think? Which video game vacation would you prefer? Click here to take the survey and let ROG know where you’d like to go. Be sure to come back next week for another location.

Week 8: Citadel
Week 7: USG Ishimura
Week 5: Skyrim
Week 4: Pittsburgh
Week 3: Pandora
Week 2: Chicago
Week 1: Rapture

 

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Summer vacations getting a little pricey?  Want to go somewhere interesting without leaving the comfort of your couch?  Try a video game vacation!  The great thing about video games is that they can take a person anywhere–to places both real and imagined, and they don’t require plane tickets or a passport.

Join Real Otaku Gamer every week for a highlight of some of the best video games places.  After reading, take the survey at the bottom to vote for your favorite videogame vacation spot.

Games: Mass Effect, Mass Effect 2, Mass Effect 3

Place: Citadel

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About: The Citadel is the galactic hub of politics in the Mass Effect universe.  Home of the counsel, a group representing the different races in the galaxy, the Citadel is one of the more prominent places to visit in the game.  Its origin unknown, this self-sustainable space station is the place to be for politics, tourism, and trade.

Why Visit: It’s a cool place to check out, regardless of which Mass Effect game the player is going through.  Gawking at the beautifully done architecture or the many, many different alien species is one of the best parts.  Regardless of which Mass Effect game you are playing, the scenery is absolutely beautiful.  It also is an interesting display of the “haves and the have nots” of the galaxy between the people living the high-rent areas and the duct rats and merchants just trying to get by.

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Must See Areas:

  • Visit the Presidium, a huge open area that houses the government offices.
  • Take a ride up to the Citadel Tower, which contains the council chambers.
  • Go to the Wards and do some shopping.
  • Visit one of the many dance clubs such as Chora’s Den.

What do you think? Which video game vacation would you prefer? Click here to take the survey and let ROG know where you’d like to go. Be sure to come back next week for another location.

Week 7: USG Ishimura
Week 5: Skyrim
Week 4: Pittsburgh
Week 3: Pandora
Week 2: Chicago
Week 1: Rapture
 

By Jessica Brister On 8 Aug, 2014 At 09:18 PM | Categorized As Editorials, Featured, PC Games, Previews, ROG News | With 0 Comments
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Electronic Arts granted the Sims 4 Create a Sim Demo to some fans who signed up last month.  If you were not lucky enough to get the demo, here are some things that you can look forward to when the full game comes out September 2:

Performance

I ran the demo on my laptop without any issue.  It is an HP Pavilion dv6 Notebook with an AMD A6-34200M with an integrated graphics card and six GB of memory.  This is the same device in which I typically play Sims 3, though I definitely cannot turn up the graphics.  The laptop is nothing fancy, especially for gaming, but it was able to chew right through the Sims 4 demo without any issues (I also was also toggling back and forth between social media sites, a couple of Microsoft Word documents, and the demo).  I did notice that the game automatically set me to the lowest graphics and put me in a “laptop mode,” so I’m assuming that it will look awesome on a much better computer.  Overall, I thought the demo was very stable.  There were no hiccups or bugs to report and everything actually ran very smoothly.  I was impressed, considering how slow Sims 3 Create a Sim works.  However, this is also with every expansion packet included.

If you are wondering if your computer will play Sims 4, here is the official minimum requirements from EA.

This is the Sim I designed, based off of myself in the lowest graphics setting.  It still looks great.

This is the Sim I designed, based off of myself in the lowest graphics setting. It still looks great.

 Ease of Use

The sliders of the past are now gone.  Sims 4 utilizes a more natural approach to creating a Sim by allowing the player to click on a part of a Sim and working from there.  Of course, there are pre-set body types, faces, and whatnot, but you can still customize a Sim without a lot of hassle.  I was easily able to choose traits and create a Sim without looking at a tutorial or feeling lost for very long.  I felt like most of it was very intuitive.  I was also able to quickly create the Sim that I wanted without a lot of issues.  Overall, I was impressed with how this demo functioned, and I hope the rest of the game feels the same way.

Just click on the body part you want to modify.  The game is very intuitive.

Just click on the body part you want to modify. The game is very intuitive.

Cool Stuff

Although there aren’t a ton of hairstyles and outfits (not sure if this is what we’ll get with the real game or if this is just for the demo), there was enough to feel like a “full” game.  I was able to create a cool character  with the selection of traits, styles, and clothing, which is all I really care about at this point.  One of the coolest aspects of the demo was the introduction to the gallery, which looked to be in full swing already.  I was able to upload my created Sim to the gallery and look at other people’s Sims as well.  If I chose to use someone else’s Sim as my own, it was easy to select it and place it in my own game.

Traits or "aspirations" did not have as large a list as Sims 3, but it still had a really good selection to get your Sim's personality right.

Traits or “aspirations” did not have as large a list as Sims 3, but it still had a really good selection to get my Sim’s personality right.

I was starting to get a little disheartened over some of the news I had heard about Sims 4 (i.e. no toddlers, no cars, not an open world), but if the rest of the game is anything like the Create a Sim Demo, I think the game will be alright.

 

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Want to get away this summer without the large expense?  Try a video game vacation!  Video games offer a wide variety of places to visit–both real and imagined.  The player doesn’t even have to leave the couch!

Join Real Otaku Gamer every week to preview some of the best video game places.  After reading, take the survey at the bottom to vote or your favorite videogame vacation spot.

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Game: Dead Space

Place: USG Ishimura

About: A large ship created specifically for mining planets, the USG Ishimura was supposed to be the best hope for humanity.  Instead, it found something that it shouldn’t have, and instead of being just a planet-cracker, it became a breeding ground for Necromorphs.

Why Visit: This place is a must for fans of the survival horror genre and science fiction horror.  The place is definitely scary, but not in a predictable way.  With creepy passageways, cool gadgets, and zero-G fun, this abandoned mining ship has something for everyone.

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Must See Areas:

  • Take a ride on the tram system.
  • Tour the mining deck and see how a mining ship works.
  • Jump around in zero gravity.
  • Get good at sawing off limbs and squishing dead corpses.  Just in case.

What do you think? Which video game vacation would you prefer? Click here to take the survey and let ROG know where you’d like to go. Be sure to come back next week for another location.

Week 5: Skyrim
Week 4: Pittsburgh
Week 3: Pandora
Week 2: Chicago
Week 1: Rapture

 

By Ryan Hershman On 30 Jul, 2014 At 09:26 PM | Categorized As Editorials, Featured, Nintendo Wii/Wii U, Old School Otaku | With 0 Comments
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Games, at their roots, are a social hub. From board games to arcades to home consoles: there has always been a social aspect. Unfortunately the social aspect of video games is, for the majority, met by a microphone strapped to your head. While the ability to play with friends from around the globe is great, some couch multiplayer is still wonderful. Unfortunately as video games become more and more popular with consoles in more homes every day, local multiplayer is beginning to slip. While I do not think the transition to online social links is at all bad, I still love local multiplayer. One of the prime examples of a system designed for social gaming is the Nintendo 64.

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Tangled mess = Good night

The Nintendo 64 may not be the best Nintendo console (the worst in my personal opinion), but the gems it did have are truly gems. I am going to pick the top 5 multiplayer experiences I had on the system. I did not play, nor do I have any intention of playing, every game on the system so this is far from a definitive list. With that disclaimer let’s start:

#5 Mario Party 3

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This game is a staple for the system. I chose this entry before Mario Party 1 and 2 for one reason: more mini games. Since this series is made by the mini-games this only makes sense. I hate to include a Mario Party game on the list because it is the “Monopoly of videogames” in that it is a very realistic possibility to lose friends to the sheer level backstabbing that forms the foundation of this game series. Boo may as well be the grim reaper.

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The “lost friend” count is only rivaled by the “dead friend” count.

That aside: it is a blast. Whether it is you and one friend or a room full. The constant zany actions of characters and the mini games is enough to entertain you for hours. Assuming the fun is not interrupted up by the need for first aid attention.

#4 007: The World is Not Enough

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I know that 007: Goldeneye is generally regarded as the best fps of the N64, and maybe of all-time, rivaled only by Perfect Dark on the system. If anyone were to ask me? The superior fps is Goldeneye’s younger brother: it did everything Goldeneye did and more. Granted in its own right Goldeneye was iconic and it has inspired many creators The World is Not Enough aged much better than Goldeneye and it is far more tolerable in terms of gameplay and graphics. Controls are just as awful thanks to the inbred octopus of a controller that the N64 has. Also worth noting is that none of your friends can play as Odd Job now, so now everyone wins. Except for the one that picks Odd Job, now everyone knows how bad they are. Sorry.

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You can’t help anyone who mains Odd Job.

#3 Mortal Kombat 4

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Mortal Kombat is an influential series for me. It is the game that made me a fan of fighting games and real virtual competition, and maybe a little spine ripping out of the body action. This was a saving grace for the Nintendo 64. The N64 had a weak market of fighting tolerable fighting games composed mainly of Mortal Kombat: Trilogy, Killer Instinct Gold, and Clayfighter 63 1/3. Mortal Kombat 4 was a game I did not originally own on the system, but one that I picked up after I began collecting older games from my youth. That being said this is a game that I am glad I picked up. It keeps the Mortal Kombat charm and is entirely suitable for a few rounds of fun. It is by no means as defining as a fighting game that is soon to be mentioned. It was nice to find that the game had a nice character roster too. That is always nice to be able to swap in between fights to a better color ninja.

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Ah yes I love yellow ninja way more than blue ninja.

#2 F-Zero X

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As far as racing games for the Nintendo 64 went: a lot of good ones existed. The Crusin’ series, Mario Kart, and Diddy Kong are a few prime examples. This game is another that I didn’t own in my youth. Upon playing it more recently I feel I can say without wearing nostalgia goggles that it is the pinnacle of racing for the system. The game is entirely based on speed. No lucky items, just pure racing skill and a mix of irrational and nonsensical speed. Along with 29 competitors. Yes 30 racers in a single race going faster than one reasonably should, even in a race. Games are all about nonsense like that. I love that nonsense.

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757 km/h is almost as fast as a falcon punch.

The game is really content heavy as well, look at this select screen for the vehicles alone.

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What goes great with all those vehicles? How about a samurai to drive them? No? A dinosaur maybe? That’s right you can’t say no to a dinosaur. If you somehow are not into totally rad sentient dinosaurs you can choose the always punching Captain Falcon. Or a multitude of other character, but who cares because dinosaurs driving fast cars.

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This is not a godly evolution line.

With so much pure awesome packed into so much cartridge, how could you go wrong? Other than some sharp turns. It is sure to be a great use of a few nights to fly through this game with some friends.

#1 Super Smash Bros

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I’m sure this surprises literally no one. Super Smash Bros is the series that makes the N64. It may have some other great games, but this is it. If all else fails you can always return to this. I could babble about this game for pages, but you already know. Everyone knows.

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Where arguments are really settled. If for some reason you don’t know, just know this: some of the best Nintendo characters on one screen fighting it out for supremacy. Controlled by you and 3 friends. If you lose you want to prove yourself, if you win you want to stay on top. It’s a never ending cycle of always coming back to this game.

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Are normal vacations getting too expensive?  Tired of traveling for hours and hours?  Fed up with how your vacations usually go?  Why not try a video game vacation?  Besides being cheaper and less of a hassle than real vacations, video game vacations allow you to go wherever you’d like–both real places and imagined–without a passport or plane ticket.

Join Real Otaku Gamer every week for a highlight of some of the best video game places to visit.  After reading, click the link at the bottom to take the survey on which place you’d prefer to have a video game vacation.  Don’t forget to check out the previous weeks’ spots if you’ve missed them!

This week’s featured place: Skyrim

Game: Skyrim

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About: Skyrim is a land of war, magic, and dragons.  The area is a massive sandbox that makes RPG-lovers want to dive right in.  Skyrim is a province of the Empire, but it has been having issues lately since the Stormcloaks have started a war, demanding independence.  Even, worse, dragons have come back and only you can siphon their souls as Dragonborn

Why Visit: The map is so huge that it is possible to play for hours and hours just wandering around.  The different races and political intrigue keep things interesting.  Unlike other RPGs, you gain experience of a skill by using the skill, making it possible to specialize in many areas.  Just watch out for those pesky dragons and dungeons, which is obviously not cliché at all.

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Must See Areas:

  • Visit quaint little villages (just don’t kill any chickens while you’re there).
  • Enjoy the capital city of Solitude and visit the Bard’s college.
  • Become at mage at the College of Winterhold.
  • Experience the shady side of life in the Thieves’ Guild.

What do you think? Which video game vacation would you prefer? Click here to take the survey and let ROG know where you’d like to go. Be sure to come back next week for another location.

Week 4: Pittsburgh
Week 3: Pandora
Week 2: Chicago
Week 1: Rapture

 

By Jessica Brister On 14 Jul, 2014 At 03:30 PM | Categorized As Editorials, PlayStation 3/PlayStation 4, ROG Humor | With 0 Comments
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Want to get away this summer without the high cost? A video game vacation may be for you! Video games offer a wide variety of places to go–both real and imagined. You don’t even have to leave your living room!

Join Real Otaku Gamer every week for a highlight of some of the best video game places. After reading, click on the link at the bottom to take the survey on which place you’d prefer to have a video game vacation. Don’t forget to check out the previous weeks’ spots if you missed them!

This week’s featured place: Pittsburgh
Game: The Last of Us

There were a lot of cool places to visit in The Last of Us, but Pittsburgh was one of the best.

There were a lot of cool places to visit in The Last of Us, but Pittsburgh was one of the best.

Instead of visiting the real Pittsburgh, why not visit a virtual one? There’s a twist, though. This Pittsburgh is in the middle of a zombie apocalypse. Though the city is in shambles because of the outbreak of a fungal infection that turns people into cannibalistic zombies, it is still quite fun to roam around in the ruins of Pittsburgh. While visiting, you may run into some trouble with roaming bandits, who kill “tourists” or people traveling through the city in order to steal their things. Dodging these bandits and hoards of infected, visiting this city is a tense, thrilling ride.

Packages include:

• Car transportation to the city. Then you are on your own.
• A variety of melee weapons and guns.
• A charming “welcome” from the local bandits.
• Your own gas mask in case you run into spores of infected.
• A kit to craft your own health and weapons.

Explore the suburbs of the city and find out what happened to everyone.

Explore the suburbs of the city and find out what happened to everyone.

Pittsburgh at a glance:

Accommodations:
• Visit the Hotel Grand, though you may have to fight your way through bandit territory.

Dining:
• Crack open a can of food you find in the wreckage of the city.

Entertainment:
• Play dodge the really persistent weaponized Humvee.
• Sneak around and take out bandits.
• Snipe at zombies and bad guys.

Sight-Seeing:
• Take in the scenic view of the Alleghany River.
• Explore what happened to the residents of the suburb areas of Pittsburgh.
• Crawl through sewer pipes and hope that infected aren’t there.

This hotel may have seen better days, but it still has some charm!

This hotel may have seen better days, but it still has some charm!

What do you think? Which video game vacation would you prefer? Click here to take the survey
and let ROG know where you’d like to go. Be sure to come back next week for another location.

Week 3: Pandora
Week 2: Chicago
Week 1: Rapture

 

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Tired of spending a bunch of money to get away for the summer?  Don’t want to travel any farther than your coach?  Try a video game vacation!  The great thing about video games is that they can take a person anywhere–to places both real and imagined, and they don’t require plane tickets or a passport.

Join Real Otaku Gamer every week for a highlight of some of the best video games places.  After reading, take the survey at the bottom to vote for your favorite video game vacation spot.

Don't let the grim appearance  fool you; Pandora is a fun place to visit.

Don’t let the grim appearance fool you; Pandora is a fun place to visit.

This week’s featured place: Pandora

Game: Borderlands & Borderlands 2

Pandora is the place for adventure and excitement.  First settled as a colony for people looking to get away from Earth, the new inhabitants had no idea how crazy this planet really was.  Harsh, indigenous life and rough conditions and a barren climate kept all from the die-hards from leaving.  The planet has been under control by one corporation or another, although many of the locals of Pandora can be a bit eccentric and sometimes downright cannibalistic.  Don’t let this deter you from visiting, though.  The lure of riches and treasures from legendary “vaults” around the planet lure people to the planet every year.   A true vault hunter will have an enjoyable visit, no matter what!

Sanctuary is a great place to kick back and relax.

Sanctuary is a great place to kick back and relax.

Packages include:

  • One way ticket to Pandora.
  • Access to over seventeen million weapon combinations.
  • Free car rentals in the Catch-a-Ride system.
  • One special ability perk, depending on what character you go as.
  • Get your own personal Claptrap to annoy you.
Enjoy the quiet beauty of Pandora!

Enjoy the quiet beauty of Pandora!

Pandora at a glance:

Accommodations:

  • Stay in New Haven (Borderlands 1) or Sanctuary (Borderlands 2).

Dining:

  • Visit Moxxi’s Red Light, a popular bar in Pandora.
  • Have a drink at the Holy Spirits, a pub ran by a local clan.

Entertainment:

  • Talk to Claptrap.  He’s very entertaining and a little depressing.
  • Play D&D with Tiny Tina (Tiny Tina’s Assault on Dragon’s Keep DLC).
  • Participate in one of Sir Hammerlock’s hunts.
  • Blow up bad guys in multiple rounds at Fink’s Slaughterhouse.

Shopping:

  • Dr. Zed (not a real doctor) has many vending machines for health and shields as well as a physical place where he practices.
  • Check out any of Marcus’s weapon vending machines for a good deal.

Sight-Seeing:

  • Stop by Ellie’s garage for a car upgrade.
  • Visit Crazy Earl’s Scrapyard.
  • Drive around the Arid Nexus.
  • Go to Lynchwood, a real-life wild west town.
  • Sight-see around the wasteland of the Eridium Blight.

What do you think?  Which video game vacation would you prefer? Click here to take the survey
and let ROG know where you’d like to go. Be sure to come back next week for another location.

Last Week: Chicago
Week 1: Rapture

 

By Jessica Brister On 27 Jun, 2014 At 05:13 PM | Categorized As Editorials, ROG Humor | With 0 Comments
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Summer vacations getting a little pricey?  Want to go somewhere interesting without leaving the comfort of your couch?  Try a video game vacation!  The great thing about video games is that they can take a person anywhere–to places both real and imagined, and they don’t require plane tickets or a passport.

Join Real Otaku Gamer every week for a highlight of some of the best video games places.  After reading, take the survey at the bottom to vote for your favorite videogame vacation spot.

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This week’s featured place: Chicago

Game: Watch Dogs

 

Want to visit Chicago without buying a plane ticket?  Try visiting the virtual Chicago in Watch Dogs.  Designed as a replica for the real-deal, the city of Chicago is a must-see.  There are some charming changes, though.  Unlike the real city, this Chicago is monitored by an operating system called ctOS, which runs practically everything in the city from street lights to the power.  It might sound a little “Big Brother,” but it really makes the city an entertaining place to visit.  Plus, a visit includes the ability to be able to hack into ctOS and get into everyone’s business!  So, enjoy the free-roaming experience that Chicago has to offer.

 

Packages include:

  • Unlimited use of other people’s cars.  They won’t mind unless you actively take it from them while they’re in it.
  • Sleeping accommodations in multiple parts of the city.
  • Free cell phone with special hacking abilities.
  • The longer you stay and play in the city, the more hacking upgrades you can get.
  • Free baseball cap, bandana, and leather jacket to patrol around the city in.
  • Access to tons of city actives, including a bunch of “mini-games.”

 

Enjoy the beautiful view in  the Windy City.

Enjoy the beautiful view in the Windy City.

Chicago at a glance:

Entertainment:

  • Drive a selection of cars and bikes.
  • Have fun boating in the many waterways.
  • Take on hacking and driving jobs throughout the city.
  • Hack stuff in and around the city and see what happens.
  • Have fun playing the many “mini-games,” including chess, poker, cash run, digital trips, and drinking games.
  • Spend time causing millions of dollars worth of property damage to the city because you didn’t feel like hitting the brakes on your car.

Rooms Available

  • Multiple areas are available for you to crash in during your stay, including spots in many different areas of the city.

Sight-Seeing:

  • Drive down the Magnificent Mile and snoop on people.
  • Go see downtown Chicago and the Willis tower.
  • Take a drive to Pawnee and “get away from it all.”
Chicago offers urban exploring at its best!

Chicago offers urban exploring at its best!

What do you think?  Which video game vacation would you prefer? Click here to take the survey and let ROG know where you’d like to go.  Be sure to come back next week for another location.

Last week’s location: Rapture

By Jessica Brister On 18 Jun, 2014 At 04:09 PM | Categorized As Editorials, Featured, ROG Humor, ROG News | With 0 Comments
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Want to get away this summer without the large expense?  Try a video game vacation!  Video games offer a wide variety of places to visit–both real and imagined.  The player doesn’t even have to leave the couch!

Join Real Otaku Gamer every week to preview some of the best video games places.  After reading, take the survey at the bottom to vote for your favorite videogame vacation spot.

This week’s featured place: Rapture

Game(s): BioShock, BioShock 2

This beautiful under the sea city features gorgeous Art Deco designs.

This beautiful under the sea city features gorgeous Art Deco designs.

Searching for a unique vacation spot this year?  Look no further than the underwater city of Rapture! Built by business tycoon Andrew Ryan in the 1940s, Rapture was meant to be a utopia for people who want to be free from government and morality.  Since science was left unchecked, Rapture quickly turned into an interesting dystopia, where DNA-altering plasmids created by ADAM have warped the population into crazies.  The only sane people left are power-mad and vying for control of the city.  Don’t be quick to write off this gem, though.  The locals are just part of the Rapture charm.  So, enjoy this a one-of-a-kind vacation spot under the sea.  It’s perfect for sight-seers, fisherman, underwater adventurers, and those who like to shoot lightening out of their fingertips.

Packages include:

  • Discounted air travel.  In fact, the plane practically “drops you off” right above Rapture.
  • Unlimited stay for the same price.  Of course, you’ll have to figure out how to leave.  If you ever get to leave.
  • Free plasmid upgrade upon arrival.
  • Free melee weapon upon arrival.
  • Access to all of the local amenities
  • Your choice of travel guides: Atlas or Dr. Tenenbaum.

 Rapture at a Glance:

Entertainment:

  • Enjoy the Welcome Center.
  • Visit the recreation areas of Arcadia or Dionysus Park.
  • Catch a show at Fort Frolic, including performances by Sander Cohen.
  • Have fun at Ryan’s Amusements.
  • Visit Siren’s Alley, if you’re into that type of thing.

Food & Dining:

  • Enjoy fine-dining at the Kashmir Restaurant.
  • Visit the Farmer’s Market, including a real apiary and winery.

Rooms Available:

  • Olympus Heights: First class accommodations
  • Apollo Square: Second class accommodations
  • Pauper’s Drop: Third class accommodations

Sight-Seeing:

  • See the real fishery at Neptune’s Bounty.
  • Visit the natural geothermal volcanic vents of Hapthestus.
  • Go to the tallest point in Rapture, Point Prometheus.
  • Take a ride on the Atlantic Express.

Spas & Relaxation:

  • Get some work done at the Medical Pavilion.
  • Relax at the Adonis Luxury Resort.
Vacationing here is a once in a lifetime opportunity!

Vacationing here is a once in a lifetime opportunity!

What do you think?  Which video game vacation would you prefer?  Take the survey and let ROG know where you’d like to go.  Be sure to come back next week for another location.

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