Game or History lessons? Assassin's Creed III

I never heard of ‘the Boston tea party’ until last year when a friend of mine was making jokes about it. As it turned out he studied American History in the past and he explained what it was. It happens to be so, that in the game Assassin’s Creed there is a great deal of history as well. I noticed in Assassin’s Creed II and Revelations that you can learn a lot from all the buildings you climb, the different guilds and historical figures throughout the game and I am happy to see that Ubisoft is continuing to teach us more and more about history through their fantastic game Franchise: Assassin’s Creed. A violent game? Maybe. An action-packed game? For sure. A game in which we can learn what different religions and cultures have meant for our history today? Experiencing personal reflection of our ¬†thoughts throughout the game? Definitely. Check out the video and you’ll understand what I mean…

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