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- Lead the Tribulation Force from the book series , including Rayford, Chloe, Buck and Bruce against Nicolae Carpathia - the AntiChrist.
- Conduct physical & spiritual warfare: using the power of prayer to strengthen your troops in combat and wield modern military weaponry throughout the game world.
- Recover ancient scriptures and witness spectacular Angelic and Demonic activity as a direct consequence of your choices.
- Control more than 30 units types - from Prayer Warrior and Hellraiser to Spies, Special Forces and Battle Tanks across a breathtaking, authentic depiction of New York City.
- Enjoy a robust single player experience across dozens of New York City maps in Story Mode or play multiplayer games as Tribulation Force or the AntiChrist's Global Community Peacekeepers with up to eight players via LAN or over the internet!
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The opening video gave us some hope that this apparent strategy-based game could show promise. That hope was, I'm sad to say, repeatedly bludgeoned to death before being dragged through poorly defined and highly pixilated streets. But never mind the graphics. Our biggest issue with the game was its content, which came off rather immediately as judgmental, legalistic, abrasive, condemning, and last but not least...hokey. Go find eight friends to invite to church? Come on now, people. Kids listening to generic rock music bring down your 'spirit' to the point of character apathy? I guess in that case, my husband and I would be considered the 'bad guys' in this particularly narrow and sheltered version of reality.
Bad joke or no, the only effect we could imagine a game like this having on someone who doesn't have some vaguely accurate concept of Christianity would be to further aggravate the intolerant and unrelatable stereotype, whilst generating further repulsion and misunderstanding. If I happened to be someone on a mission to make Christianity and even the Left Behind series look pathetic, this would be one of the first pieces of media in my arsenal. As my mission is something quite the opposite, I ask that if you haven't played this game, please don't bother. And if you have, please see it as a parody and find it in your heart to forgive.
Honestly, this game was designed very poorly. The game play might have pasted as acceptable in the days of the first Diablo, but by modern gaming standards, this is a laugh. It is clear that not only was this thing rushed for Christmas, it is also relying on hype and a niche market to sell copies. I honestly would not recommend this game to anyone.
The only way to get more characters on your side is to convert them. Hence, the spiritual warfare aspect of the game. You can train your converts to be pastors, missionaries, gospel singers, prayer warriors, etc. you can also have them build buildings to house more converts to training, house and feed them. This sounds like a lot of micromanaging and it is. The point and click aspect is only fun for so long. Not to mention the fact that the Ai is a little dim, and you constantly have to tell them what to do without them doing it themselves.
One nice part of the game is its mapped view of New York City. However, the streets feel constricted so you cannot move your character otherwise enormous army around very easily. Plus even though New York is mapped, there are limited varieties of the buildings. That might be okay if you could earn them, but the game only lets you get what it will let you.
The characters all look the same even after you convert them. They do change to the same outfit after awhile, but it's still a pain to tell them apart.
The game does offer online play but only to play as the peacekeeping forces. You also gain access to all their powers. Like doctors and colleges-oh I'm so scared!
The game is well crafted to be a decent RTS game without being annoying on the Christian angle. This is at least more interesting than The Bible Game. But I still give it the same score because of the poor graphics, micromanagement and repetitive, boring game play. If you're buying this game for its fun-factor and not it's religious content, you're going to regret paying for it.
Somewhat easy to learn
Lots of different units
boring game play
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Wouldn't run on Windows 7 or 8 nor in any compatibility mode. It installs, then nothing. It bothers me to leave a poor review because I can't actually review the content of the... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Scarlet Fever
The game plays well but the controls of moving around are hard to master and move around the world inPublished on June 18, 2013 by scott gates
I will start by saying that as soon as i placed my order for this game i went to read a few reviews that made me change my mind about it on the fact that it is not biblical at all... Read morePublished on April 3, 2013 by kimplusrick
This game is a christian based game about the appacolipse and the trials you may face being left behind. it comes with the book and game.Published on December 7, 2011 by Bethany
This is a game that Amazon should remove from its site. It is a hate filled, mean spirited piece of junk. Kids should not be exposed to it.Published on December 6, 2011 by M. Selnick
Killing Jews and Atheists that won't be converted!!!! This is wrong on every level!!! Amazon, you really should remove this hateful crap from you website and stop contributing to... Read morePublished on December 6, 2011 by Baby Driver
So this is what we've come to? Religious warfare? How different is this game from one where you slaughter Jews and Infidels? Read morePublished on December 4, 2011 by C. Clendenen