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Left Behind Eternal Forces




Left Behind Eternal Forces 


I had my suspicions about Left Behind Eternal Forces. Boy am I glad we took the time to preview and review it. Nine times out of ten when a Christian claims they are being discriminated against by the worldly they are being accurate, and true. Left Behind Eternal Forces is not a bad video game. Christian haters are going to despise it. Along with exaggerate the problems.

I know officially Left Behind Eternal Forces is put under the RTS (real time strategy) umbrella. Left Behind Eternal Forces is not an RTS to me. It is more of a survival video game. Players are trying to recruit people on the fence. The servants of the anti-Christ are trying to kill them. I made numerous mistakes in Left Behind Eternal Forces getting to close those serving evil. They outnumbered my team, swarmed them, and quickly killed them off. Left Behind Eternal Forces teaches us to avoid the conflict with pure evil people.

Left Behind Eternal Forces has wonderful music, an epic intro, good graphics, great voice acting, prayer, recruitment, live action videos, and a nice tutorial. I do feel like I paid too much for it years ago. Especially with how few levels there are in Left Behind Eternal Forces. I did not find any sandbox mode to play in either. I got errors every time I tried to log into the game's servers. I suspect those were brought down with the attacks Left Behind Games had to endure.

Left Behind Eternal Forces is a hard video game. Stealth is important, especially early on. Evil characters will attack and destroy. I did not see very many violent images though. I am baffled as to why the less than reliable ESRB gave Left Behind Eternal Forces a thirteen and older rating. I have seen E10+ rated video games with more violent content, and other bad content. I suspect discrimination against Christians.

I like the camera view and all of the different options in Left Behind Eternal Forces. This is one high quality Personal Computer video game that reaches more toward the hardcore gamers. Casual family gamers are going to be less interested in Left Behind Eternal Forces. It gets tiring saving, dying, going back to a save, and then dying again. Each level needs to be played one way. I wish the enemies would have given up after I ran far enough away.

I know I said I was planning on getting a review of Left Behind Eternal Forces in an upcoming issue of Family Friendly Gaming. Those review pages fill up fast. After dealing with too many backward thinking PR contacts, I decided that we would put Left Behind Eternal Forces straight online. We purchased it years ago and that usually means in the FFG magazine. We are now doing even more for Christian video game developers and this review going straight online is one of those things. I hope you can forgive my change of mind on this review.
- Paul


Graphics: 75%
Sound: 90%
Replay/Extras: 65%
Gameplay: 70%
Family Friendly Factor: 75%

System: Personal Computer
Publisher: Left Behind Games
Developer: Left Behind Games
Rating: ‘T’ - Teen - THIRTEEN and OLDER ONLY
{Fantasy Violence}
Company provided product
Value/Cost of the review is greater than value/cost of provided product

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