Hmmm...I take it no one involved has had a brief look at the bits between...err...Genesis and The Book of Revelations:
Targeted largely at conservative Christians, it's a violent video game with a difference: Combatants on one side pause for prayer, and their favoured interjection is "Praise the Lord." Critics say "Left Behind: Eternal Forces" glorifies religious violence against non-Christians. Some liberal groups have been urging a boycott, and on Tuesday they urged Wal-Mart to withdraw the game from its shelves. However, Troy Lyndon, CEO of Left Behind Games Inc., defended the game as "inspirational entertainment" and said its critics were exaggerating. He expressed greater concern about poor reviews from some video-game aficionados, saying the company would offer a free technical upgrade by Dec. 24.Most faiths and cultural myths are riddled with violence. I would go as far to say that most first person shooters are inspired by them in one way or another - the moral hero fighting against unbelievably powerful evil. Not that I play them. Video games hit their apex with Asteroids.