10 Historically Accurate Video Games That Can Serve as Educational Tools

Historically accurate video games are not as common as they should be, but there are still more than a few good titles to choose from.

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Sonic-and-Crash39d ago

you included Ass Creed but no GoTsushima? ...Ok i agree that GoT is far from a completely realistical depiction of what it happened to Tsushima but in comparison to AssCreed is like academic history documantery

Fist4achin38d ago

I actually used this excuse growing up all the time for all my games.

Phoenix7638d ago

Assassin's creed origins would of been a better choice for this list of games that can be used for educational purposes. Not knocking black flag or anything (my personal fave of series) but origins did have that tour guide add on.

brando00838d ago

Agreed. Both Origins and Odyssey had the Discovery Tour DLC narrated by historians and including museum pics, real quotes, etc.

Master of Unlocking37d ago

Assasssin's Creed Odyssey, much like Origins before it, features a Discovery mode that does teach you a lot about Ancient Greece, complete with several photographs and illustrations, and goes well beyond the depiction that is done in the main storyline mode. And it was free, too, if you own a copy, even 2nd hand one, of ACO.