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    My review will be about the popular video game franchise called Assassin’s Creed. Assassin’s Creed takes you back to the French Revolution, Revolutionary War, Piracy, Slavery, and attacks on Jerusalem and Italy. Many characters in this game were actually included in the time period you come to. I highly recommend you buying this game. Be warned though, it is not appropriate for kids ten and under. This game contains massive violence and harsh language. Make sure to have parent permission before buying this game. Assassin’s Creed starts off with a man named Desmond Miles. Desmond is an ordinary man until he is kidnapped to work on a science experiment that Abstergo, a famous company, has been working on specifically for him. Desmond gets into this device called the “Animus.” This device makes him transport back into a specific time period where his ancestors had been from. The first game was set in Jerusalem, second was Italy, third was America, fourth was the Caribbean, and fifth is based in France. This game based on true events but just added more finesse to the historical event.…

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    We all wanted to be a Captain of our own ship sailing the Seven Seas, well now you can Me-Hearties!!! My brother was the one who told me about Assassin 's Creed Black Flag, I wasn 't sure about it because when I played the first Assassin 's Creed it wasn 't really my type of game and quite repetitive, also I prefer open world, 3rd person games. After seeing a few YouTube videos I decided to buy and give it a go. I have only just completed the game 100 percent after many years of owning the…

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    The Assassin's Creed '

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    affects how they are played, either stay exactly the same throughout the series or they are changed in some way or another, such as what buttons do what, the way the game is played (ex: stealth or in your face), or how challenging it is. In the Assassin’s Creed series, one and two in particular, the changes made in between them are noticeable. The changes are as in the first game, the player can hardly manage to sneak around without being caught, where as in the second, it relies mainly on…

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    Assassin's Creed Unity is the newest installment and the popular Assassin's Creed franchise. I'm here to tell you guys my full thoughts on this game. It may not be entirely finished in this game. You play as Arno who's basically the Spider-man of the French Revolution, that's right. He's extremely good at modern-day parkour, he can do just about anything. He can jump off a building and land directly on a rope I mean this guy is basically, he's a god and you play as him throughout this game, as…

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    Plato Assassin's Greed

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    Reading Report II “Nothing is true, everything is permitted.” This is the great philosophy of the Assassin’s Order in Ubisoft’s critically acclaimed video game series, Assassin’s Creed. It quickly amassed a large following due to its stunning visuals, advanced game engine, and controversial Da Vinci Code-esk narrative. Like many works of historical fiction, this narrative revolves around the revelation of a grand truth. In the game, an organization called Abstergo Industries discovers that any…

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    Desmond Miles

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    controlling the assassin to maintain the synchronization between Desmond and his ancestor's memories. Performing actions that go against the Assassin's way or dying breaks the synchronization, effectively requiring the player to restart at a previous checkpoint. Furthermore, the player cannot explore outside areas that the assassin has not experienced yet. There are…

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    The numerous captures of Stede Bonnet. As well the relationship between the Spanish and British. The common trend with the Animal crossing, spore, Bully and the McDonald game plus the virtual villager and assassin creeds games is that they utilize their rhetoric for the entertainment of the game. In a way m saying their subtle in their pedagogy, Sum are more direct for example “Where’s Carmen San Diego” demands players to learn geography for progression and Nintendo’s Brain Training series,…

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    When people think of pirates they think often think of the phrases; Avast! Walk the plank! Me hearty! and most famously Aargh! Truthfully though pirates did not often say any of these phrases, well except for maybe aargh, this is just how the media, and pop culture has portrayed pirates. Real pirates are nothing like what we see in most forms of media, that is except for the case of the game; Assassin’s Creed IV Black Flag. Black Flag very accurately depicts the lives of pirates during the…

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    The west resurrected Tertullian’s view in the debate in that Christ was two natures in one person. This reasoning balanced and helped a compromise to be reached between the East and its notions but the controversy was still not over. The Nicene Creed which took place prior in the Trinitarian Controversy was still an issue. Apollinaris of Laodicea who was a strong supporter of the the Nicene Creed believed he could help the situation. He formulated a doctrine which stated that Christ had no…

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    This essay will address the question, what is a Creed and why did the Church feel the need to produce them? To begin with the essay will define a Creed, later providing context as to why they were. Furthermore, the essay will explain and explore numerous avenues for the Church initiating the creation of Creeds, issues, Church identity, theology, evangelism, ecclesiology, and politics. A Creed has been described as an expression that elaborates on essential Biblical truths, with an attempt to…

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