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Sometimes I wake up and I'm just disappointed that it's real life. Sure, modern technology and hygiene is pretty convenient, but sometimes I'm just really sad that video games are't real. Is that pathetic to admit? I guess this is what they call weltschmerz. Mostly this happens when I link about Zelda games. But if I actually lived in a game, where would it be? Snowpeak Ruins from Twilight Princess is pretty badass, and certainly not lacking in space. It might be hard to get used to having it snow inside my house...

A more practical place I would live in a heartbeat is Persona 4's Inaba. What video game location would you live in?

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