The Tribulation flops

If you’ve been wondering how it would turn out, the first review of the Left Behind video game is online. It doesn’t get any thumbs up.

Don’t mock Left Behind: Eternal Forces because it’s a Christian game. Mock it because it’s a very bad game. The real-time strategy/adventure game from Left Behind Games based on the best-selling series of novels from Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins will even let down born-again types who expect the Rapture to beam them up to heaven any day now. Nobody has enough faith to endure a game with such a hokey story, terrible mission design, serious problems with the interface and graphics, and loads of crippling bugs.

Now you see, this is what happens when you hire exorcists instead of programmers to do your debugging.

(via The Atheist Experience)


  1. #1 Scott Hatfield
    November 30, 2006

    What a disappointment. I was looking forward to the inevitable mods wherein godless types round up the Christians and execute by stoning them with books by Dawkins, Dennett, Harris, etc.


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