November 18, 2014 — It seems that the people of France are in an uproar about the new Ubisoft release, Assassins Creed: Unity, but for a whole new set of reasons separate from its horrendous glitches and micro transactions!
A former French minister Jean-Luc Mélenchon, known for inciting change and bringing passion to his politics accused Ubisoft, a French company headquartered in Montreuil, of painting the revolutionaries as the antagonists and inversely painting key historical figures in a moral and virtuous light. The inaccurate portrayal, Mélenchon believes, propagates a false regaling of his country’s most intrinsic historical movement and he isn’t the only one who has began to speak out.
Mélenchon’s outrage was clear in his public statements against the title calling Assassin’s Creed: Unity, “Propaganda against the people, the people who are barbarians, bloodthirsty savages,” and going on to say, “The denigration of the great Revolution is a dirty job to…
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