For those who can't get enough God on TV or in one of America's ten billion trillion Churches, B&H Publishing Group has the thing you've been waiting for! The Bible is coming to Xbox 360, via the Indie Games Channel. It will go by the name of Bible Navigator X, which is the best name ever.
For a mere 400 MS Points, you'll get full access to both the Old and New Testament, a search tool to find all the killings, a bookmarking system to save all the sexy bits and adjustable settings for those that need their Bibles a specific way.
"The Xbox isn't just secular entertainment anymore," B&H's Aaron Linne, hilariously. "We can use technology that other people developed to study Scriptures through a new medium. Some people are just more comfortable with a controller in their hands than a book."
I'd review this for Destructoid, but after playing Modern Warfare 2, I'm not quite sure I've got it in me for another game with a totally nonsensical plot.
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