Left Behind the game.

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    That's too freaking sick for words...... I was hoping you were kidding.
     
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    It's already out on the market.

    I'm sure people here will disagree with the producers for half of the stupid bullshit in the game...maybe.
     
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    How cute they chose NYC for the site of the game... I love knowing both the terrorists and the end-timers feel the same. Although I suppose they get points for exorcising their hatred cybernetically instead of by flying planes into buildings...
     
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    Has this thing been releases or not? They give an October 2006 date at their site: http://www.leftbehindgames.com/

    Sounds just like another real-time strategy game loosely based on a book. There's been scores of Jew v. Muslim games, generic country v. generic country games, this just isn't what's thought of as "Christian enough" to secularists.
     
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    I'm trying to figure out what the big deal is. It's an RTS based on one author's interpretation of Biblical prophecy. Are you saying it's too violent? Are you kidding? The Bible is one of the most violent books in history. Anything covering Biblical events will either be violent or wussified.
     
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    I'm saying the game is rather anti-thesis to the Christian thought, at least in regards to how many groups of Christian it excludes as being left behind to become apart of Satan's group.
     
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    It's a game based on a book. Can we spare the all-inclusive PC bullcrap?
     
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    It's not bullshit, Hobbit. It's pathetic to see a game supposedly selling a Christian viewpoint in which it categorizes its own fellow Christians (the Catholics) as in league with Satan.
     
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    Why do they flood the market which such crap??:tdown2:

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