Assassin's Creed Odyssey – Discovery Tour: Ancient Greece

Game review by Chad Sapieha, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 10+

Education-focused historical tours without mature content.

Parents say

age 10+

Based on 3 reviews

Kids say

age 12+

Based on 2 reviews

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age 9+

Fun and engaging game gives kids a chance to learn about Ancient Greece

When my ten-year-old first asked for this game, I was skeptical. Sure, this game looked tame enough, but I wasn’t sure if he would have access to the main game. After some consideration, I purchased it, but I played some of it before giving it to him. I was astonished by the detail and educational content in this game. There were lessons and tests, and my son would frequently run up to me with new facts about the Ancient Greek world to share. Even though there is a collection of lessons about Ancient Greek battles, it was presented as flags with various symbols on them. If you are concerned about nudity or sex, the game has nude statues, but nothing is sexualized or graphic. This made my child eager to learn and to explore the fascinating world of Ancient Greece. I would rate this game a 6/5 if I could; it’s just so phenomenal. I hope this review helped you. P.S. This game has some vocabulary your children might not understand. Just be aware that your child may need to be a little sophisticated.

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age 12+

Hidden violence

Wanted to note that my 9 yr old played for about 30 mins before he discovered to his simultaneous delight and horror that he could kill NPCs by crashing a boat into an NPCs boat, leaving their corpse floating in the sea. Something to be aware of.

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