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How realistic are the post-apocalyptic landscapes of video games? From The Last of Us to Fallout.

From Eurogamer: Barren wastelands. Decrepit and abandoned towns. Desolate landscapes ravaged by time and trauma. Recognisable landmarks slowly but surely reclaimed by nature after our demise. Games have consistently embraced the post-apocalyptic setting. It invites excitement, apprehension and a deep curiosity, and plays on the thought-provoking hypothetical, the ‘what if?’. And when these post-apocalyptic environments and landscapes are incredibly detailed, they can result in great efficacy and power.

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