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This Game Lets You Play As Jesus Christ

Polish game developer PlayWay has released a trailer for “I am Jesus Christ”, a game which lets you play as Jesus Christ himself. The trailer indicates that the game “includes miracle-working, crucifixion and resurrection storylines.” As of this writing, the trailer has over 600,000 views.

“‘I am Jesus Christ’ is a realistic simulator game inspired by stories from the New Testament of the Bible,” explains a description on the video game distribution site Steam. “Check if you can perform all famous miracles from the Bible like Jesus Christ. It is a simulation game and you can try to save the world as He did. Are you ready to fight with Satan in the desert, exorcising demons and curing sick people? Or calm the storm in the sea?”

I myself don’t know what to feel about this game. What are your thoughts about this one?

(Video Credit: IGN/ YouTube)


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Jesus was not a zombie. He was not mindless for did he consume anyone. Nor was he a ghoul or a wight. Although his soul and intellect were intact, he was not a rotting corpse. He was not a vampire. While he turned wine into blood, he never drank from a person. Jesus was not a ghost or a wraith. He was corporeal and still had his wounds.
It is clear...Jesus was a lich.
A lich is created when a powerful magician or king striving for eternal life uses spells and/or rituals to bind his soul to his animated corpse and thereby achieves immortality. Liches are depicted as being clearly cadaverous, their bodies still bearing he wounds they received before their death. Liches often have the power of necromancy, which allowed them to bring the dead back to life.
Yeah...still too many games like that on Steam! :P
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