Finding an Airbnb listing in the real world can be stressful—doubly so in video game worlds, where you might be decimated by Reapers or enslaved by the king of turtles if you don’t pay attention to the user reviews.

Here’s how the Airbnb listings for video game worlds would look.

The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time

The land of Hyrule is an idyllic destination, as long as Ganon hasn’t taken over recently. Oh, and don’t play on Death Mountain.


Who wouldn’t want to visit Rapture? Before the fall, that is. Um, hopefully, at least.

Dead Space

You know those overnight horror events where you have to sign really elaborate waivers? This is kind of like that. Kind of.


Ready for an adventure in science? You’ll be just like Neil deGrasse Tyson, only deader.

Super Mario

Where else but the Mushroom Kingdom can your Airbnb adventure turn into a lucrative career opportunity? Bowser definitely didn’t tell us to say that.

Fallout 4

There are many vaults to choose from when visiting the wasteland of The Commonwealth, but no other will experiment on you quite like Vault 81. Did we say “experiment”? Cure. We meant cure.

Mass Effect

It’s on a giant space station! Cool! Chance of galactic apocalypse: actually, nevermind.

The Legend of Zelda: Majora’s Mask

Don’t let your host detect any Ocarina-induced time travel, or you definitely won’t get your deposit back.

Words by Aron Garst/Phil Hornshaw/Mike Rougeau