Brotherhood is better on that front. As is Revelations.It does bother me, but I don't believe I've ever quit playing a game because of something like that.
However, it was hard for me to complete Assassin's Creed II because of the "subtle" attacks against Christianity and other religions. I understand the game is all fantasy, but I lost interest after I beat the second game and couldn't handle playing Brotherhood.
In some cases where I feel like the game gets out of hand, I choose to stop playing. I tend to avoid horror games/media that have demons and occult magic, and I'm not a fan of games that try to be "edgy and cool" like Call of Duty, Bullet Storm, Duke Nukem, Grand theft auto, etc. I have played most of these types of games before I became a Christian, but even then I didn't find much enjoyment in them.
I was gonna say o_oBrotherhood is better on that front. As is Revelations.
I actually found the first Assassin's Creed to be much worse than Assassin's Creed II in that regard. O.o
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