The Great Wall of China, the Pyramids, StoneHendge, they are all considered one of the many wonders of the world. But Videogames have had amazing archetype buildings that need a little recognition. From old castles to an underwater city. They all awe inspiring and majestic.
If there’s one thing that videogames do well – perhaps more so than any form of digital entertainment around – it’s immersion. The ability to suck in an individual not just through giving them complete control over their actions, but more pertinently, through the surroundings and awe-inspiring sights developers painstakingly carve and sculpt. It’s debatable that this sense of captivation has only progressed, with more talented designers getting more out of increasingly powerful consoles. And as gamers, we find ourselves witnessing sights more worthy of being put onto a postcard than anything you’d find in the “real world”. So with that in mind, here are just seven places in the videogame world you wouldn’t decline taking a tourist guided visit to.