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January 8, 2021, by Adele Chapline Smith, Catholic News Service
NEW YORK (CNS) -- Greek mythology provides the cultural milieu for "Immortals Fenyx Rising" (Ubisoft). The game's narrative, for instance, is recounted by Prometheus -- held captive for stealing fire from the gods to give it to mankind -- to Zeus, the ruler of the deities of Mount Olympus. Nongraphic scenes of combat and some language issues make this lighthearted open-world title unsuitable for young children. But parents and teens -- especially those with a fondness for the heroes of old -- are sure to enjoy it. Fenyx, who can be played as male or female, is a young Greek soldier who, shipwrecked by a terrible storm, ends up stranded on the Golden Isle -- a place filled with supernatural…


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