Video Clip: "You can play both the good side and the bad side"!
But, that would seem a bit improbable given that Frischner's game has licensed LaHaye's "Left Behind" brand name and the game is being plugged on LaHaye's own website. One has to wonder - does Mr. LaHaye approve of "moral relativism" in certain contexts ?
We may never know. Enter, stage "relatively" right, Jeffrey Frischner:
Left Behind Games company head Jeffrey Frischner, in this rather blunt plug for his company's upcoming release of "Left Behind: Eternal Forces", describes the key selling point of his new game in a "describe your game in 15 seconds or less" challenge by a game review company that seems to issue the "15 second challenge" to game makers to spur them to spit out ( in 15 seconds or less of course ) what's really essential about their games.
So, what's the most essential aspect, it would seem, of "Left Behind: Eternal Forces" to Jeffrey Frischner ? In his own words :
"The reason "Left Behind: Eternal Forces, the PC game, is such a great, incredible, fantastic game is because you can play both the good side and the bad side. It is the ultimate...." (buzzer sounds : Frischner's 15 seconds are up)
OK then. I think I get it. In relative terms. Depending on context and situation, of course.
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