Left Behind PC Game Gets Teen Rating|
Left Behind: Eternal Forces, the PC real-time strategy game from Left Behind Games Inc., has been issued a "Teen" rating by the Entertainment Software Rating Board (ESRB), which company executives hope will prove to critics that the game does not contain gratuitous violence.
An ESRB rating of Teen is equivalent to the movie rating PG-13 and is given to video games that have content deemed suitable for ages 13 and older.
"As expected, we have received a Teen rating, putting all preconceived controversies to rest," said Troy Lyndon, CEO of LBG. "As we have said all along, it is a game with positive values; there is no blood, no profanity, no gratuitous violence, and no inappropriate content."
The first title from Left Behind Games, Eternal Forces is set in post-rapture New York City, where players control the Tribulation Force as they attempt to save New Yorkers from the Global Peacekeepers, controlled by the Antichrist. The game will be available November 7.
|The Third Lens|
The importance of perspective.
Before you do anything else, get a copy of Joel Rosenberg's latest book, Epicenter: Why the Current Rumblings in the Middle East Will Change Your Future. Lest you think I was put up to promoting Joel's book, let me just say that while I did receive a free copy from Tyndale because of the book's applicability to The Left Behind Prophecy Club newsletter (for which I am paid by Waterfront Media, a licensee of Tyndale House Publishers), I was so impressed by its content that I felt it important to urge you to read it as soon as possible. Encourage others to read it. After you're done, pass it on to someone else. More …
Joel Rosenberg's Latest Release: Epicenter|
Why the current rumblings in the Middle East will change your future.
Iran's president vows to wipe Israel "off the map" and says the end of the world is just two or three years away.
A leading U.S. presidential candidate says that if Iran goes nuclear, "we could have Armageddon."
Russia signs a billion-dollar arms deal with Iran and helps Iran build nuclear facilities.
The president of the United States refuses to rule out preemptive nuclear strikes to stop Iran.
What does the future hold? How will it affect your world?
The politics of the Middle East can be murky and confusing. But one thing is increasingly certain: the eyes of the nations are riveted upon Israel and her neighbors, the epicenter of the momentous events shaking our world and shaping our future.
And now a new crisis is brewing. …
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Behind the Scenes with Jerry Jenkins & Tim LaHaye|
Which characters do you relate to the most and why?
I'd have to say Buck, because he's a journalist and that was my background too. Plus he's young and handsome and, you know, I just look in the mirror and I see Buck.
Rayford Steele. And the fact that I joined the U.S. Air Force to be a pilot at 17, became a gunner on a B-29they had too many pilotsthen took up flying at 40 years of age, became instrument and twin engine rated, and started a missionary aviation school has nothing to do with it.
|How Vladimir Putin Is Arming North Korea and Iran|
Washington is in a "state of denial" over Russia joining the "Axis of Evil."
Recently, Rush Limbaugh interviewed me about my new book Epicenter for the November issue of The Limbaugh Letter. For about 45 minutes, we discussed how, since taking office in 2000, former KGB chief-turned-Russian-President Vladimir Putin has built strong personal, political, and military ties to Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and North Korean dictator Kim Jong Il. Putin has sold Iran and North Korea billions of dollars worth of arms and even nuclear technology. He is arming America's worst enemies for war and, in so doing, Russia has joined the "Axis of Evil." Yet on this critical issue, official Washington seems to be in a true state of denial. More …
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