Left Behind: Eternal Forces Official Trailer 2
Danny details the times religion has been used in games, and wonders whether the industry's portrayal of Islam is enforcing negative cultural stereotypes.
[UPDATE] Publishing house announces it is bringing holy book to consoles; controversial Catholic mass simulator actually PR gimmick for Dante's Inferno.
Take a look at this amazing trailer for Left Behind: Eternal Forces.
Publisher's first quarter with revenue to report yields more than $2 million in sales, $4 million in losses.
Publisher of Christian-themed RTS says "numerous ministries" have endorsed its game; Left Behind author calls it "the greatest invention...to reach this generation."
Tyndale Publishers stands behind PC game based on its books; American-Islamic group says game damages "interfaith relations."
With an expansion pack and a sequel on the way, the publisher's CEO and cofounder talks about enlisting Big Huge Games and dealing with critical and cultural adversity.
Add-on pack for religious real-time strategy game adds more characters from series of novels.
Rise of Nations developer licenses technology to developer of religious real-time strategy game for a sequel.
Religious organizations take exception to faith-based real-time strategy game, saying it promotes violence and intolerance.
A season's worth of gaming arrives in a single week as the 360 gets its long-awaited shooter, Activision sends out first games for Sony's next-gen system, and a slew of ...
Christian-themed Left Behind: Eternal Forces will feature in-game links to let players buy songs from Apple's download shop.
Based on the best-selling series of novels, Left Behind: Eternal Forces looks to connect its Christian theme to gamers. But will gamers bite?
Real-time strategy game based on the Left Behind novels is descending on the PC.
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