What is Vikings 3D game?
I have a question for the people who make this game.
Why is it called “Vikings” game and not “Viking” game?
Because the Vikings are a Norse-Christian organization, right?
They’re also from Sweden, right??
But why is that a problem?
The title of the game says Vikings 3D.
So, it must be an English title.
And it’s a good title, too.
The reason it has that title, though, is because the team that made the game is named after the Viking King Ragnar Lothbrok.
(And I’m not sure why they’re named after him, either.)
So, the game has that name because it has a Norse Viking god and that’s it.
And yet, the developers of the Vikings 3d game, Game Studios, don’t seem to have any problem with that.
The developers of “Valkyrie” game, in fact, have said in interviews that they are “not a big fan” of the name.
And even if they are a big fans, why do they insist on sticking with a title that is not only offensive, but also a little racist?
If the game was called “The Vikings 3rd” game instead of “The Viking 3rd,” the game would be a lot less racist.
The game has the name “The Valkyries” because it’s based on a Norse myth about a warrior who conquers a powerful kingdom and takes its queen back.
The Norse God Thor has a lot of people in his army named after Norse gods.
So the Norse warriors that you see fighting in the game don’t all have their names changed to be more inclusive.
The Vikings 3ds title is a clear example of how this company is trying to make money by creating a racist title for their game.
I guess I should also point out that “Valkyries 3d” is not the only game that uses a Norse word as its title.
In fact, a number of games use that word, too, including “Siege of Asgard” and “Battle of Asgard.”
And while these titles are obviously racist, they are still games, too — and I suppose they should be allowed to exist.
It’s the way the industry works.
The “Vicarious Visions” title is also a clear indication that this company’s name is a racist slur.
The creators of “Battlefield 1” have said that they want to keep making “viking” games.
The fact that they haven’t been able to do that shows that the game companies have no problem with using the word “vikings.”
I don’t understand why they don’t.
I do, though.
I’m a big “Vampire” fan, but I think they should have been allowed to make the games they want.
And I understand why a company would want to use the word, because “vampire” has a strong history of being a slur against African Americans, especially those who were members of the African American community.
But why do I think that a game like “The Battle of Asgard,” a game in which you play a black man fighting the evil forces of darkness, should be a racist game?
If you play the game as a white guy fighting against the forces of light, then you can get a sense of how racist it is.
But if you play as a black person fighting against evil, then it’s not clear that it’s the right thing to do.
The term “valkyrie” also carries a negative connotation that can be hard to deal with.
When I played “The Valkyrie” in high school, I used to refer to it as “the Valkyrie of the Valkyrie” because of its association with Odin, the Norse god of war.
(Or, at least, the character who played Odin in “Thor: Ragnarok.”)
But now that I’m older, I’m more careful about what I call my games.
I don�t want to call “The Norse” game “The Odin Saga” game because that’s just offensive.
And “Vike” games are more appropriate because they are more rooted in the Norse culture and history.
So while “The viking” name might seem racist, it’s also not.
I understand that the title of this game is not offensive, and I’m glad that it is, but this is a serious issue that needs to be addressed.
I hope that the “Vika” game will get a proper name soon.
And hopefully, it will get the same treatment as “The Ragnarok” game.
The writer is a former senior editor at the Indianapolis Star.