I recently re-discovered a game from my childhood and have come to realize it is my all time favorite game. There is a large element of nostalgia affecting this choice as revisiting it brings back all the fond memories of childhood gaming. But I honestly believe it is still a great game and want everyone to know about it! So without further introduction, my favorite game is Majesty: The Fantasy Kingdom Sim.
Shameless reminder that I posted two new articles last Friday!
Check out: Assassin’s Creed did not teach me to kill, it taught me to be wise on this site.
And…my first post on Creators.co!
Check out: Assassin’s Creed Taught Me Two Things About Human Nature on Creators.co!
Huge thank you to everyone who already gave both a read!
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The Moral of the Story
The very name, Assassin’s Creed, speaks to the premise of the story. The world of Assassin’s Creed is one of stealth and death. Each milestone in the series storyline is defined by the death of a target. The core of the gameplay is centered around combat, fighting guards, air assassinations, poison darts, and so on. With all of this at the forefront of my mind, I was very surprised when reflecting on the game’s storyline to find myself learning a different lesson. I was writing about the ideologies of the Assassins and Templars when I read a certain quote. A quote which inspired me to write this article focusing on an surprising moral. The moral of the Assassin’s Creed story is not about assassination, violence, or climbing rooftops…instead it is about being wise.
So I started watching a new show last week called Mr Robot. I am hoping many of you have seen it since it is already past the second season and if you have I would love to get your thoughts on the below scene. If you have not seen the series no worries, there are not any spoilers here. Feel free to watch the clip and let me know your thoughts as well.
YouTube source: channel: Morgan Burkensteck