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Submitted by awesomeoutof 996d ago | article

Flexible history

AWESOMEoutof10's Fraser Brown proposes that anachronisms in video games can be a good thing. From the anything in history goes attitude of the Civilization series, to the use of swords in modern settings. It's all part of games offering players freedom and the keys to the toy box. (Bladestorm: The Hundred Years' War, Civilization II, Civilization V, PC, PS3, The Secret World, Xbox 360)

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