PETA Vs. The Black Flag Upcoming Assassin’s Creed 4 Said to “Glorify Whaling”

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Shawn loves gadgets, literature, history and games. For 10yrs+ he's straddled both the comic book & video game industries, as a writer, editor, marketing officer & producer. Shawn got his start in tech & games as an editor & Hardware Director for GameRevolution.com. More notable accomplishments include Executive Producer on mobile games Geometry Wars: Retro Evolved & The Shroud.

9 Comments to PETA Vs. The Black Flag Upcoming Assassin’s Creed 4 Said to “Glorify Whaling”

  1. Frankly the PETA loonies have gone too far. On a side note If they don’t want us eating animal meat, why not kill the PETA loonies and eat them instead? It’s the next best thing.

  2. ConcernedAnon

    Has PETA ever actually helped any animals? The first time I ever heard of PETA was some crazy person throwing paint on people wearing fur coats (I was like 6 so I don’t know how true that is). And since then all I hear is how they attack games for perceived slights against the animal kingdom. So yeah, have they EVER helped an animal? Maybe if their message was out there more than they’re brain damaged social policies I wouldn’t roll my eyes at the mere mention of their name.

    • to answer your question – they have helped a ridiculous amount in the campaign for animal welfare improvements. And have made a significant difference to the way animals are treated in the world.

      i agree with you – this game is not endorsing whaling in the slightest – it was a bad decision to go after a games company with no ties at all to animal mistreatment.

      instead they should be focusing ALL efforts spent on this attack on the actual whaling industry itself.

  3. Oh, PETA… An entire organisation with the mental abilities of a toddler and the attitude of a drunken ape who’s being harassed by a crazed bird.

    On a serious note, I support what PETA wants, they’re just going about it all wrong.

  4. Oh, PETA… An entire organisation with the combined mental abilities of a toddler and the attitude of a drunken ape who’s being harassed by a crazed bird.

    On a serious note, I support what PETA wants, but they’re going about it all wrong.

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