Level up: How Christian video game insiders are earning the respect of the largely atheist/agnostic gamer community

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Re: Level up: How Christian video game insiders are earning the respect of the largely atheist/agnostic gamer community

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So if I understand the article, it makes the claim that all previous Christian video game developers were scorned, hated, and despised. I have to disagree. Did they forget Larryboy and the Bad Apple? or The Bible Game?

Are they also claiming all long standing Christian gaming media outlets like CCGR and FFG are despised and hated? Cause I know that is not true.

The CGDC has gotten good press in the past.

Wisdom Tree was respected by some in the industry, and hated by others. The industry is too large to have one opinion on any select group. I wish fellow believers would have a bit more respect for their elders in the industry.

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Re: Level up: How Christian video game insiders are earning the respect of the largely atheist/agnostic gamer community

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I think cheesey Christian video games were hated, I know that includes the game I made too :P

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Re: Level up: How Christian video game insiders are earning the respect of the largely atheist/agnostic gamer community

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Welp. I'd better get prepared to be hated, then.
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