I would so buy that game

A pointless and absurd fuss has been brewing in Manchester over Sony\’s use of the local cathedral as the backdrop to a shoot-em-up game.

In an attempt to simultaneously conjure up the ghost of Mary Whitehouse and give the Muslims a decent run for their money in the \’taking offence at really stupid things\’ stakes, the god-botherers are trying to get the game withdrawn. Daft sods – if a building I spent my Sundays at (e.g. the pub) were included in a computer game, I\’d be fucking delighted.

According to the cleric leading the crusade campaign,

\”We still fear that the next buildings to be cloned for virtual desecration could be a mosque, synagogue, temple or other church.\”

I would so buy that game. You could have loads of different levels, playing as the KKK, neo-Nazis, Gujurati Hindus, Pakistani Muslims, the IDF, the Romans – the possibilities are near-endless. In \’expert\’ mode, the congregation fights back…

\”Worship Desecrator IV: how many can you burn? Out now on PS3!\”

5 thoughts on “I would so buy that game

  1. Jim Bliss says:

    Hmmm. If it’s on the PS3 then it’ll hardly sell at all. Put it out on the PC… have people getting caught playing it at the office. You’ll generate a much bigger furore.

  2. You want to give Rome: Barbarian Invasion a go mate – all the Christians you can crucify, and then some.

  3. Robert says:

    Oh come on chaps, let’s wake up and get with the programme:

    “World Of Worship”
    “GTA: Vatican City”

  4. Worship Desecrator IV sounds fantastic!

    At the moment, I’m developing a game called Rivers of Blood. You play Ken Livingstone, fighting your way through the race riots of Brixton, Bradford, and Leeds, until you finally head to Wolverhampton for a showdown with Enoch Powell.

  5. 01-811-8055 says:

    I’m oldschool, which is why I’m doing a Praia da Luz mod for Quake.

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