PHOTO: Japanese are fatshaming lead writer, Alissa Mossinmind, for Assassin's Creed Shadows for having pronouns in her Twitter bio after making a black man, Yasuke, the Samurai KossyDerrickBlog KossyDerrickEnt

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Friday, May 17, 2024

PHOTO: Japanese are fatshaming lead writer, Alissa Mossinmind, for Assassin's Creed Shadows for having pronouns in her Twitter bio after making a black man, Yasuke, the Samurai

Information reaching Kossyderrickent has it that Japanese are fatshaming lead writer, Alissa Mossinmind, for Assassin's Creed Shadows for having pronouns in her Twitter bio after making a black man, Yasuke, the Samurai.

Armstrong announced he was a Senior Writer on Assassin’s Creed Shadows after the game’s trailer debuted yesterday. He wrote on X, “Now that Ubisoft Sofia has been confirmed as working on it, I can finally reveal I was a Senior Writer on Assassin’s Creed Shadows! Working under the guidance of Ubisoft Quebec and the excellent Alissa (mossinmind), I can tell you, you’re all in for a treat.”

Back in 2018, Armstrong reacted to a video of actor Chadwick Boseman surprising Black Panther fans writing, “Hey #gamedev. When I say in our meetings that representation matters, well… see for yourself. Everyone wants to see a positive version of themselves on screen. Everyone. There’s more than enough games out there with white men as the only playable characters. Let’s do better.”

I'm resisting the urge to call 'bull' on Ubi's suggestion that stealth and open combat will have an equal focus after how untrue that proved to be in Odyssey and Valhalla. Ubi has made a habit of assuring AC's oldest fans that you can still play the new games like the old ones, just to disappoint in the follow-through. But there's reason to believe Ubi is turning a new leaf. Assassin's Creed Mirage made good on its promise as a stabby game first, which was personally encouraging, and Ubi also shared some specific details about stealth in Shadows that have me leaning in. 

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