Game Theory: How To WIN A War (Assassin's Creed Odyssey)

  • Published on:  9/29/2018
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  • himynameisanna (Sep 29, 2018)

    Just because you’re a dad now doesn’t mean you can only tell dad jokes, Mat

  • Anim8boi (Mar 12, 2019)

    gg mat pat tho

  • Didn't you hear?

  • Luke McNamara (Nov 21, 2018)

    How to win a war:Step 1: Ask EzioStep 2: Make him target the entire army

  • GNOMED (2 days ago)

    A lot of assassins died. but some of them not on screen.

  • Da Goat King (May 6, 2019)

    You forgot to pay Ezio

  • Connor (Oct 6, 2018)

    They trained in hunting, fighting, pain tolerance, and, most importantly, *singing*

  • the legend27 (May 7, 2019)

    This is why I'm always a bard

  • EPIC FORTNITE NEWS (Dec 3, 2018)

    Sparta was a army with a state, not a state with an army

  • It’s Stuka Time (Feb 11, 2019)

    Kinda like prussia

  • guy rubin  (Feb 7, 2019)

    Sparta was A army?

  • Sorow Fame (Oct 12, 2018)

    I think there's a reason no assassins creed game has had multiple endings before, it doesn't make any sense with the animus setup. If the animus makes you experience your ancestors memories, or a least a playable interpretation of them, then there isn't a way for the multiple endings to make sense.

  • Jachariah (Mar 21, 2019)

    Sorow Fame easy, the story team makes one of the endings canon. It’s somewhat disingenuous or at least misguided or ignorant to say it doesn’t make sense canonically because there are plenty of ways to get around this pitfall. Besides for example is THE main character in Odessey, kinda like how Red is THE Pokémon trainer in firered, sure you could pick Leaf but Red is the canon MC and player character. Or like how Infamous 2 ended with a good or bad ending and Sucker Punch chose to make a canon sequel ...

  • Puroo Kumar Roy (Mar 14, 2019)

    There's an Animus in this game also.

  • ChampOfPenguins (Oct 7, 2018)

    "Sorry for all the 10th graders taking Geometry"Me: Don't forget the 9th graders who take it too

  • Ok smelling human - (May 3, 2019)

    I’m in 7th grade and I take geo

  • Almighty Shaggy (Apr 3, 2019)

    Same but I’m in 6th grade

  • Kara Nelson (Oct 6, 2018)

    You didn't really explain any good things about siding with Athens, I wish you would have shown us a less biased opinion.

  • Dr. Slap Back (22 hours ago)

    I can't believe he left out the part that Spartans males that were in the army had sex with kids...

  • Emerald Nindragon (Apr 7, 2019)

    Siding with Athens or Sparta doesnt matter because the story forces you to do both and the open world is constantly changing

  • UNKNOWN BROKEN (Feb 17, 2019)

    In oddysey you fight for whoever give you more gear

  • NinjaSheep (Oct 14, 2018)

    Your analysis on Sparta is almost entirely inaccurate albeit its not really your fault. Sparta originated as a Cretan invasion force and throughout its history this fact was never forgotten. The Spartans considered themselves superior than the "Helots" they conquered and set up a caste hierarchy with the native Greeks being kept as slaves while the spartan citizens were effectively nobility. Over time Sparta gained very VERY many slaves in their empire with slaves outnumbering spartan citizen...

  • Sexy WhiteNutella (Apr 21, 2019)

    Being a Greek and generally learning a lot about the country's history I can say that this is only partially true. Because Spartans had many slaves for working and a middle class of other Greeks for trading goods Spartans always trained and that was really their only goal on life, to become great warriors. While Athenians and other Greeks had ordinary jobs like fishing and farming, they,were ordinary people and thus received far less training than the Spartans.

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  • SuperGaming53 (Sep 29, 2018)

    ThisIs Smarta

  • Max Velez (Apr 23, 2019)

    +SquidbirD im the real dirty dan