Feel the freedom to move like a ninja
Assassin’s Creed (2007) not only presented the world with an addicting historical fantasy, but also made parkour popular in pop culture – the ability to move freely through urban obstacles. In parkour, the most important thing is to use your surroundings effectively to achieve your goals in the most practical way possible.
All this freedom and agility have delighted players and parkour has spread through many games through the ages. While some knew how to incorporate parkour naturally, others failed monstrously. Discover the 10 games that used parkour the best.