Real-time strategy. This game is based on the best selling book of the same name. This best-selling book is a series of Christian-faith novels about the aftermath of the Rapture and the lives left behind in the ensuing turmoil after those who are saved by their faith in God are gone. The fight of Good against Evil is very urgent nowadays. You are the main hero in the game, who is commanding Tribulation Forces or the Global Community Peacekeepers. One of your tasks is to uncover the truth about the worldwide disappearances! All things are happening on the New York Streets against a background of skyscrapers and plenty of cars. Your units include gospel-singing musicians, missionaries, healers, and medics. Enemy units feature college-trained secularists, devils, and foul-mouthed rock stars with their electric twangers. Your goal is not to wipe out the enemy, but to convert as many neutrals and baddies as possible by raising their spirit level. You seek out these people and directly target the ones you want to save with the recruit ability. You also have Special Forces, such as recruiters, influencers, and healers, doing their bit for the cause. You have got different weapon, which can kill everyone and everything, but you must remember that this war is not only physical, but spiritual too.
Style and atmosphere inside the game:
The game which is based on the best-selling book and combines physical and spiritual warfare brings you many realistic and exciting moments. There are two play modes in the game. They are single player mode and battle to capture territory from other players in the multi-player online game mode. One of the features is that Units can be set on an auto-proselytizing mode where they can be ordered to recruit on demand, but the artificial intelligence isn't as committed to Christ as you might expect. You can control more than 30 units' types from Prayer Warrior and Hellraiser to Spies, Special Forces and Battle Tanks! All in all the graphics and interface are great, but sometimes you can have some problems with them. Sometimes buildings look crude or even sometimes you can see friendly unit silhouettes through structures, camera rotation is often blocked. People in the game share only a handful of faces and outfits and recite just a few canned lines of dialogue. In total game presents itself the Great War between Good and Evil.
Offline gameplay: 1 player
Left Behind Games
ESRB Ratio: Teen
Extras and features:
Over 30 Units' Types Conduct Physical and Spiritual Warfare Up to 8 Players in Multiplayer Outstanding Sound Effects
Windows XP/Vista,Processor: PIV 1.9 GHz,DirectX 9.0c,512 MB RAM,Free hard drive space: 3 GB,3D Accelerator 32MB DirectX 9.0c,DirectX-compliant Sound Card
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