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Playing Madden 22 the other day

Saw this while playing Madden 22.

What do you think?

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Matt
Matt
3 months ago

very fitting

Doug-17
Doug-17
3 months ago

I’ve been playing the Batman Arkham series and there’s a surprising amount of illuminati and occult symbolism and imagery. One example is that the max player level you can achieve in Arkham City is level 33…

frenchtoast2000
frenchtoast2000
3 months ago
Reply to  Doug-17

Batman actually battles with the elites in the comics called the court of owls. They then send a immortal brainwashed assassin who was kidnapped by them because he was planning to marry one of their daughters. The Talon has killed virtually all of Batman’s family because they always rejected their invitations. And him making a deal to kill Batman was his invitation to freedom.

Lee
Lee
3 months ago
Reply to  Doug-17

Of course they would put the symbolism in a game that centers around a mental institution. That backdrop is just too easy, I bet they were salivating about the possibilities.

Surfin Terf
Surfin Terf
3 months ago

Good catch

Presbyopia
Presbyopia
3 months ago

Dear God, they really don’t care, look how blatant this is! 😮

frenchtoast2000
frenchtoast2000
3 months ago

I remember playing the tomb raider reboot and how Laura battles a group called Trinity. They were a organization funded by the elites who bring them artifacts they want or destroy them. Either way they keep everything hidden from the public and also destroy and take over villages.

Last edited 3 months ago by frenchtoast2000
Dutch_M
Dutch_M
3 months ago

I played alot of games and this is very common. Alle media be it games / movies ect. are there to push the agenda. Most of the time we won’t see it because it is already normalized.
Trying to make demons cool and friendly, let us make insane decisions were the worst one profits you the most in a game.

In almost all games we need to go on a murder spree. Which is very sick when you take time and think about it.
How many of us watch a movie without some action (killing) and “say what a boring movie?”

PiscesMarie
PiscesMarie
3 months ago
Reply to  Dutch_M

Me. I find the endless killing boring. I’ve played games since I was a toddler. My husband likes them still but I have issues playing regular games and watching movies past early 2000s. I can’t sit through one unless it’s really old. The scripts the plots the characters.. Brainless and the propoganda is too thick to ignore.

doug-17
doug-17
3 months ago
Reply to  PiscesMarie

Agreed. I hardly watch any movies anymore but when I do they are pre-1990 for sure, more likely 60’s and 70’s. I have a soft spot for media and games in the mid 2000’s as I was growing up then, but am becoming less attached as time goes on.

alias
alias
3 months ago

I wonder if this is voluntary or necessary. or some weird dark magic they must do. I wonder wtf man because most people know about it at east on an introductory level… by now.

Lee
Lee
3 months ago

Nearly 10 years ago I told my father that the agenda was becoming shockingly blatant. He reacted like I was on crack. Now look at something like this, I could show this to him and he’d say “so what” or “huh, weird” and go about his day.
The willful blind eye that people turn to all this s**t is what upsets me most of all.