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Fox News Still Hasn’t Fixed The Basic Errors In Its Latest Assassin’s Creed Story

Kotaku - Mainstream news outlets often get games wrong. This has been discussed. And discussed. And discussed, again, this week.

The Assassin's Creed 3 article that Fox News published earlier this week is atrocious for so many reasons. Yes, it's xenophobic, somehow making the phrase "French company" sound like dirty words. Yes, Fox clearly tried to twist it into something that it's not. And to top it off it's chock-full of simple factual errors.

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Dragos751245d ago

Fair and balanced....lol

toxic-inferno1245d ago

My thoughts exactly. The article is atrociously unbalanced!

clearelite1245d ago (Edited 1245d ago )

They are all unreliable in one way or another, lol. Even kotako, believe it or not.

first1NFANTRY1245d ago

lol i know right. If only they knew this is how console gamers feel about the so called "gaming journalists" today.

Most of the stuff published here are mediocre.

Hicken1245d ago

Ironic that Kotaku would call someone out on inaccuracies. Even so, who actually expects Fox to fix their mistakes? Their popularity is based solely on perpetuating falsehoods and feeding them to their viewers.

just-joe1244d ago

Xbox Pure comes to mind. Google it.

SeanScythe1244d ago

Did anyone even read what fox new put? What part of it was wrong or "xenophobic"? Was it the part where they said what the DLC was about because that was pretty spot on? Or was it the word French? Since when does describing the location of the company that made it "Xenophobic"? Are you being xenophobic when you say hey lets go eat mexican or Chinese food? If this was a game made in China or Japan would it have been xenophobic to say the company was from there? It's letting you know it wasn't a US based company, you chose to see it in a negative light and let yourself be the hateful one.