Wednesday, January 19, 2022



Yesterday I made an elaborate point of how, as interested as I am in my video game tourism, I won't be showing any of my straight up, unaltered and unadulterated pictures of these impressive game worlds. Then, today, in a game called Assassin's Creed: Valhalla, I made it to the part of the game taking place in England in the 900's. 

And it's beautiful, at times like an old painting by Corot or Constable. 

So I took a bunch of in game pictures, prepared them to be tampered with...

and then I thought:

Maybe I'll just show you some of these before I mess with them.

These really are a fair representation of what this game looks like most of the time.


  1. Those are pretty amazing. I can see why you would want to send time in the environs of that game!

    1. Well, it's a lot of raiding villages with your axe, but yeah, it's pretty nice there.


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