Assassin’s Creed and the Liberal Narrative

Been playing video games in what little spare time I’ve been able to waste. Prompted me to write this piece for the Friday Longpost. Enjoy.


Now I’m going to talk about a video game.

I just completed a run-through of some the old Assassin’ Creed 2 and AC: Brotherhood games that first came out back in 2009.  It’s hard to believe that was nearly a decade ago, considering how the gameplay itself seems only to have aged a few years.  Granted, I played the remastered collection that was released in 2012, so maybe that has something to do with it.

I’m behind the times.  Sue me.

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Author: Merri

Merri lives with his wife and child in the USA. He wrote for Forced Perspective while the project was active, and started YNRI//Transcendence as a joke outlet to mock artists and poets with. He currently runs QNUW, which focuses on neoreactionary, philosophical, and Catholic writing, as well as its sister blog, The Nightly Grind, for more informal and shorter pieces on reading and current events. Follow him on twitter at

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