Wednesday, June 18, 2003

Onward Christian Gamers

The Christian Broadcasting Network's E3 coverage dwells on "sex, violence and witchcraft" present in popular video games. The article makes no mention of the family-friendly fare found at the show (which admittedly seems few and far between). Oddly, they quote Ralph Bagley, founder of N'Lighning Software, yet fail to plug his Christian-oriented titles Catechumen and Ominous Horizons: A Paladin's Calling. Instead, they focus on Congressman Joe Baca's desire for legislation to prevent minors from buying M-Rated games.