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8 Video Games Taking Place in the PHILIPPINES



It’s hard to believe how far we’ve come with video games. Nowadays, you can explore and experience different locations and parts of the world from the comfort of your own home! Including THE PHILIPPINES!

It’s amazing to see the depiction of the Philippines in these various video games!

With that said, in this video, I will go over 8 popular games that feature various parts of the Philippines either as a vital part of its plot, or as a background for aesthetic reasons.

Either way, we are going on a trip to the virtual Philippines! Grab your 16-bit suitcases and let’s go!

If you are reading this, let me know which video game portrayal of the Philippines was the best in your opinion? And did I miss any video games or forget to include some? Let me know!

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27 thoughts on “8 Video Games Taking Place in the PHILIPPINES”

  1. Ewan ko sa inyo ngunit kailan ba nagkaroon ng "windmills" sa Pilipinas noong panahon bago dumating ang mga banyagang mananakop? Ganoon din sa "water-powered mills" at "aqueducts". At, ang mga katutubo noon ay naka-paa, hindi naka-balat, sandals o sapatos. Napakalaki ng "creative license" binigay sa Soul Calibur sa paggawa ng lugar sa Pinas.

  2. I already played the Front mission 3 there's 2 story lines and two outcomes if you sided with the USN also known as US in real life you will not be able to go to the Philippines instead straight to Australia but if you join the Da Han Zhong which is China you will go to the Philippines straight to Mindanao and help the terrorist to invade Manila with the help of Chinese troops and ships but the OCU aka (Australia) drop the Midas weapon against the invading Chinese transport and warships towards Batangas City but in the process half of Batangas City caught up the explosion in put a huge creater in the side of the city and lake the Chinese ships is totally wipe out of the map MIDAS is a weapon of mass destruction it's like a nuclear bomb but without radiation the MIDAS is created in USN and the Japanese or SDF stole the weapon to the US and the weapon transported to the Philippines for safe keeping but the Chinese want that weapon too for themselves but instead they feel the power it XD

  3. '16th c. Philippines…' LOL stone buildings + wind mills + aqueducts = 16th c. Philippines? The SC rendition of Talim is a combination of SW Chinese (Sichuan/Hunanese) architecture/designs on Filipino models.

  4. why are you pronouncing Filipino words with a Western accent? it would be nice if you could pronounce it correctly… knowledge of ethnic & cultural heritage starts with language and correct pronounciation. your vowels are drawn out too much when they should be said quickly, like cuts of a knife ~

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