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Assassin’s Creed 3’s Treatment of Native American Representation Got A Lot Right

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November is Native American Heritage Month, making it is a perfect time to review games that got Native American representation right – and one such game is Assassin’s Creed 3. In the game, players got to play as a half-British and half-Mohawk man named Connor as he fights off Templars that are trying to gain control over American colonies in the mid-1700s. The representation was a risk for stereotypes and factual error, but Ubisoft did its homework by hiring a Mohawk cultural consultant to help make their game.

Assassin’s Creed 3 came out in 2012 and still stands above most other games in terms of well-done Native American representation. Games before it have done a lot wrong by portraying old…



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