Left Behind Games, the company responsible for the insane Eternal Forces series, is bringing its classic brand of heavy-handed, poor-quality Christian wackiness to the Wii and Xbox 360 with a new game in the works called Bible Adventures. The game will draw from LBG's (not Lesbian, Bisexual & Gay) other Jesus-friendly franchise, Charlie the Church Mouse.
"Parents and kids already love the Charlie Church Mouse Bible Adventure games for the PC," says LBG CEO Troy Lyndon. "Our strategy is to follow Nintendo's example by including up to 18 story animations and mini-games, providing significant value for our customers. We expect our financial projections to grow exponentially as we transition from a PC game developer to a Wii & Xbox developer."
The franchise aims to "educate young children" by providing "lessons vital to early childhood development through Bible stories." Children definitely need to know that if you promote slavery, frogs will literally fall from the sky and that the whole world, including Native Americans, were created through the incestuous affairs of a man on a boat with his kids and two of every animal.
Also, this news seems to indicate that God is biased against the PS3. What a friggin' fanboy!
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