Left Behind makers sue for bad reviews

MWW reported on the crap video game Left Behind last year. Based on the novels of sub-literate fundamentalist freaks Tim La Haye and Jerry Jenkins, the game is set in a post-rapture world where the aim is to convert baddies into God-fearing Christians. The Muslim Association of Britain wanted it banned.

It received dreadful reviews from gamers and bloggers alike, resulting in a massive drop in the company’s stock price and – now – threats of lawsuits to reviewers who have said nasty things about it.

As Bartholomew notes, one odd thing about the legal letter being sent out (apart from the fact that it “fails as a serious legal document”) is that it appears to be coming from a house belonging to the attorney’s mum, and its named “Administrator” is the CEO’s wife.

They shouldn’t have picked on gamers.

3 Responses to “Left Behind makers sue for bad reviews”

  1. ZombieHunter says:

    Left behind is the worst game ever and the books are even worse

    Come sue me you CUNTS

  2. marc says:

    Damn that’s so funny, it shouldn’t even be true!

  3. Passerby says:

    Now be fair, it wasn’t as bad as Big Rigs