A Brief History of Native American Representation in Video Games

Julie Morley writes: "The introduction of Upper One Games's Never Alone, concentrating on the history and legends of the Iñupiat Alaskan Native people, piqued my interest, and the interest of others i'm sure, in the presence of Native American people in video games and how they are portrayed. Interestingly enough, the search results were varied, including dark, racist, inaccurate historical portrayals to thorough research and respectful tribute. Indigenous people have been represented/portrayed in video games in just about every role in the stories and gameplay, some as protagonists, some as antagonists, and in some cases just as a supporting element in the setting of the game altogether. Here's a mere fraction of what I found.

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