Assassin’s Creed Valhalla is a fake game – Reader’s Feature
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I consider myself a pretty cosmopolitan gamer. There are some types of games that I don’t like, but I try as many games as I can, especially if they have good reviews. It’s been a long time since I finished a game of Assassin’s Creed and gave up halfway through Syndicate. I was never a big fan of the series, but I enjoyed it quite a bit and found myself having a choice.Up assassin’s creed valhalla Almost nothing, so I thought I’d give it a try.
This was the first role-playing style Creed game I played, and I had heard it before and didn’t really like the sound. Valhalla seemed so highly rated that it all lined up and seemed like it deserved points.
It’s not that I didn’t like Valhalla. In fact, over time, I’ve become more and more confused about how I feel about it. I was playing the game and it almost felt like it was playing me. What I was doing was small actions that required no skill or thought, all repeated over and over in a slightly different order or against a slightly different background.
I started thinking about the old Wii-era insults, “non-games,” aimed at things like Brain Training and Wii Fit that ran on the console but weren’t really games. Valhalla is not one of those things, but it felt like something else… like a fake game. It seems to have all the attributes of a game, but at least in what I consider important It wasn’t.
No originality, no innovation, no real variety, no story or characters to begin to care about, just the same oversimplified stealth and combat over and over again. In short, it relentlessly follows Ubisoft’s template well.
But the strangest thing is that I still didn’t hate it. It’s strangely healing and relaxing.
Never get stuck in Valhalla or run out of things to do. There’s nothing they’re good at, the next loot isn’t much different than the one before it, and the story floats around for no apparent reason or purpose.
From a gameplay and storytelling standpoint, it’s empty calories and I’m mostly impressed with how it got to be that way and how it can do so much without accomplishing so much. I’m not going to let it end. It was a strange and enlightening experience because I think I’ve had enough.
It’s enlightening because I’m sure this is how games should be. I don’t have a negative reaction to it.
It’s like a headless soap or a reality show that you can switch off and have fun with, but being a video game it feels like it accomplished something. I can’t imagine what the developers were thinking when they made it, but it doesn’t feel like a creation, but a product that was made to fulfill a role. It’s a feeling. Like I said, fake game.
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