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Imagine that a cataclysmic event had hit your country and your country only, destroying the government and rendering the land uninhabitable,  so other governments across the world took pity and agreed to accept any survivors (including yourself), leaving you with a  choice, so which other country in the world would you go to? 

I'd probably make my way to Japan because I plan to leave Australia for there in the future anyway. I can speak the language and according to my host family conformed well to the norms there. (Plus, no waiting for imported games to arrive=score! :P)

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Japan, Home of the best video games ever made :P and then I could finally learn how to speak japanese.

Canada. They are pretty close anyways and they speak the language, so why not?

Canada. I like the weather and I won't have to learn a new language.

The UK. Its about as american is it gets outside of america. lol

I mostly play RTS and Moba style games now adays as well as ALOT of benchmarking. I do play other games however such as the witcher 3 and Crysis 3, and recently Ashes of the Singularity. I love gaming on the cutting edge and refuse to accept any compromises. Proud member of the Glorious PC Gaming Master Race. Long Live SHIO!!!! 

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New Zealand, for a variety of reasons. One of which is that I would love to see all the locations used in the Lord of the Rings movies.

Sweden. They're basically like us, only nicer and its cheaper to live there. Plus, my girlfriend lives there so its a win-win for me.

End of 2016 hardware sales:

Wii U: 15 million. PS4: 54 million. One: 30 million. 3DS: 64.8 million. PSVita: 15.2 million.

Denmark. I identify with the people and culture. I would learn Danish, but 90% speak English so I could get by in transition. Also one of my best friends lives in Copenhagen so place to stay for a bit.

Australia. I wouldn't mind Canada either, but it gets too cold there!


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I was walking down along the street and I heard this voice saying, "Good evening, Mr. Dowd." Well, I turned around and here was this big six-foot rabbit leaning up against a lamp-post. Well, I thought nothing of that because when you've lived in a town as long as I've lived in this one, you get used to the fact that everybody knows your name.