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8th Apr '18 8:05:50 PM nombretomado
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* The Hole in ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}: The Pitt'', a probable reference to ''MadMax'''s Thunderdome.

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* The Hole in ''VideoGame/{{Fallout 3}}: The Pitt'', a probable reference to ''MadMax'''s ''Film/MadMax'''s Thunderdome.
19th Mar '18 11:02:40 AM FlashRebel
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* Mad Moxxi's Underdome from the second DLC for the first ''{{Borderlands}}'' game where [[PlayerCharacter Vault Hunters]] kill waves after waves of enemies while a crowd cheers, with many rewards to get. Initially just a glorified arena game mode unrelated to the story until it's mentioned again in ''Borderlands2'': Mordecai won the big prize in the Underdome and later Handsome Jack destroyed the entire place.
5th Mar '18 8:22:42 PM vexusdylandasecond
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* ''WebAnimation/{{Dreamscape}}'': The Savage Colosseum, which is notably where Soya and Vladmare fought in the first episode.

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16th Dec '17 2:37:17 PM Malady
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* In the lore of ''VideoGame/{{Battleborn}}'', the LLC have this in the form of the Galactic Holo-Arena. Any sentient being, robot or otherwise, is invited to participate in one-on-one combat in the Galactic Grand Championship which is broadcast live across the fleet (and to other subscribing faction stations) from this central Holo-Arena arcship. This is where the legendary El Dragón made a name for himself, as a human fighting all-robotic challengers. If anyone were to place bets and sell a pay-per-view live feed for the end of the universe itd likely happen right here.

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* In the lore of ''VideoGame/{{Battleborn}}'', the LLC have this in the form of the Galactic Holo-Arena. Any sentient being, robot or otherwise, is invited to participate in one-on-one combat in the Galactic Grand Championship which is broadcast live across the fleet (and to other subscribing faction stations) from this central Holo-Arena arcship. This is where the legendary El Dragón made a name for himself, as a human fighting all-robotic challengers. If anyone were to place bets and sell a pay-per-view live feed for the end of the universe itd likely happen right here.

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23rd Sep '17 9:47:36 AM Saber15
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* ''Videogame/MechWarrior 4: Mercenaries'' features the Solaris Arenas, which are a variety of different enclosed environments on Solaris VII dedicated for [[HumongousMecha battlemech]] gladiatorial combat - each arena is as large as a small city, and are totally enclosed by walls a quarter mile tall. ''Mechwarrior Living Legends'' also features Solaris-sponsored arenas on other worlds, such as a combat arena on a large comet; additionally, all the arenas are lit up by [[AmazingTechnicolorBattlefield spectacular fireworks displays]].

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* ''Videogame/MechWarrior 4: Mercenaries'' features the Solaris Arenas, which are a variety of different enclosed environments on Solaris VII dedicated for [[HumongousMecha battlemech]] gladiatorial combat - each arena is as large as a small city, and are totally enclosed by walls a quarter mile tall. ''Mechwarrior Living Legends'' also features Solaris-sponsored arenas on other worlds, such as a combat arena on a large comet; additionally, all the arenas are lit up by [[AmazingTechnicolorBattlefield spectacular fireworks displays]]. In both games, Duncan Fisher [[AnnouncerChatter narrates the action]].
22nd Sep '17 7:52:59 PM DrVonOppendown
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* Referenced by name in ''WesternAnimation/RickAndMorty'', when Rick admonishes a group of wastelanders about a rather conspicuous wrought-iron rebar dome in their settlement.
--> '''Rick:''' "Hey, you guys ever use that Thunderdome or did ya just put it up for decoration?"
9th Apr '17 5:45:43 PM nombretomado
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* At the beginning of ''SaintSeiya'' the heroes are drawn together to the "Galactic Tournament".

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* At the beginning of ''SaintSeiya'' ''Manga/SaintSeiya'' the heroes are drawn together to the "Galactic Tournament".
3rd Dec '16 10:05:06 AM Sharlee
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* Gaming Areas A and B from ''Literature/DreamPark'' are purpose-built domed Park facilities for massive, fully-immersive LARP scenarios, complete with animated holograms, artificial terrain and weather conditions, and remote-directed animatronics. Between [=LARP=]s, the Gaming Areas are hired out to the U.S. military for training scenarios and war games.

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* Gaming Areas A and B from ''Literature/DreamPark'' are purpose-built domed Park facilities for massive, fully-immersive LARP scenarios, complete with animated holograms, artificial terrain and weather conditions, and remote-directed animatronics. Between [=LARP=]s, the Gaming Areas are sometimes become this when they're hired out to the U.S. military for training scenarios and war games.
games. The Crystal Maze is a permanent example, being purpose-built as a facility for teams of Gamers to challenge each other.
3rd Dec '16 9:59:01 AM Sharlee
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* Gaming Areas A and B from ''Literature/DreamPark'' are purpose-built domed Park facilities for massive, fully-immersive LARP scenarios, complete with animated holograms, artificial terrain and weather conditions, and remote-directed animatronics. Between LARPs, the Gaming Areas are hired out to the U.S. military for training scenarios and war games.

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* Gaming Areas A and B from ''Literature/DreamPark'' are purpose-built domed Park facilities for massive, fully-immersive LARP scenarios, complete with animated holograms, artificial terrain and weather conditions, and remote-directed animatronics. Between LARPs, [=LARP=]s, the Gaming Areas are hired out to the U.S. military for training scenarios and war games.
3rd Dec '16 9:58:39 AM Sharlee
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* Gaming Areas A and B from ''Literature/DreamPark'' are purpose-built domed Park facilities for massive, fully-immersive LARP scenarios, complete with animated holograms, artificial terrain and weather conditions, and remote-directed animatronics. Between LARPs, the Gaming Areas are hired out to the U.S. military for training scenarios and war games.
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