According to Wikipedia, there are only two games set in my home state of Kansas in all of games history. Fittingly, Call of Juarez: Gunslinger is set in Abilene, which is kind of funny because one of my best friends is from there, and Dead Secret (the VR horror game from last year) is set on a farm house in the middle of nowhere. That’s probably a typical historical depiction of the state, either the old west or a secluded farm (in games like the Crew, the midwest is mostly depicted with farmland between St. Louis and Denver).
I grew up in a suburb without much to call its own, and I currently live in Lawrence, which is a college town. The most I’ve ever seen of Lawrence in a video game is in the old NCAA Football/Basketball games, the basketball stadium is sort of iconic so they tend to put care into picturing it right, and our football stadium has this big hill and bell tower on one end that’s not always rendered in the games. I think I might try that Call of Juarez game, it seems interesting and it might be neat to actually see my home state rendered in a game.