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“Happy New Year’s UBishU”. Its the end of the year, so you know what that means. Today on The High Score we take a look at our top 5 best and worst games of the year. Will we agree? Will there be surprises? Will there be any “ties”? Well, hell no to that last one. We also have our opinion on the final video game movie of the year (spoilers galore) with the official gamer review of “Assassin’s Creed”. Finally, we have the last official game we will be playing in 2016 with “The Last Guardian”. Don’t forget to send your questions to email@example.com with your phone number or skypeid so we can call you live on-air. “I swear if this bird-cat-dog monster disobeys me…”
I don’t know if Girts has played Dark Souls 1 or Bloodborne but they are better in comparison to 2 and 3. 2 and 3 have more artificial difficulty rather than challenges. Also probably due to Dark Souls 1 being fresh for its time and Bloodborne changing a lot.
To make some sense of why the eagle is featured in the film so much, it is supposed to be symbolic. In the game they explain that eagle offspring inherit their instincts from their decedents just like the assassins which is why the eagle is shown in present time and in the past. Unfortunately they do not put this analogy to good use in the film which is why the eagle make no sense. Also the original assassin from the first game was called Altair. Altair means ‘bird of prey’, before he takes the leap of faith he spreads his arms like wings and you hear the eagle call.
As for the apple, it too is symbolic of original sin and corruption. Its supposed to represent the apple from Adam and Eve. Before they took a bite in to it they lived in harmony in the garden of Eden, this is why they keep saying it will ‘cure violence’.