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Thursday, November 19, 2009 

The Best Praying The Mass Video Game Ever!

From the trailer for the latest, greatest, and newest video game sensation:

A family shouldn't have to wait until Sunday to worship the Lord. Now you can go to church every day without leaving your home. Participate in more than 24 unique and exhilarating Ceremonies. Be sure to try them all. The more you play, the more Grace points you collect. Then trade in your Grace points to unlock the Holy Mysteries. Only from Prayer Works Interactive. Help bring your family closer, to Heaven...

Mass we pray was developed by Prayer Works Interactive; a new game-development company founded in Boston in 2007. They believe there is a lack of quality games based upon traditional family values.

Let’s all be honest and admit it; at the end of the day you really can’t get more traditional than genuflection! No, no you can’t.

I don’t know about ya’ll, but I will simply have no other choice than to shell out some serious coin for Mass: We Pray if for no other reason than to try out the genuflection module!

What are you waiting for? Visit the Mass: We Pray website and pre-order yours right now!

Update: I just removed the links as some cyberterrorists have hacked into the game website and changed the order links to a video game that is NOT Mass: We Pray... me am sad.


Holy Orders? So you can ordain a priest? Obviously the Council of Trent Expansion Pack turns off that little feature. :)

It seems well intentioned, but I wonder whether it is blasphemous in some ways.

Scott, there is no doubt that there is blasphemy involved here. Think though of the possibilities! I’m looking forward to Charismatic/Pentecostal module so I can better understand my not so likeminded experiential friends who say I DO everything wrong.

Looking into the Joel Osteen module I found out that there is nearly a 100% failure rate of the game. It’s reported that a blue screen of death keeps popping up when the player believes that that the game owes him/her something and the game isn’t able to deliver the goods and experiences promised by the players belief for said belief. With those kind of reviews I’m pretty certain that the Osteen module can’t deliver as promised so I’ll skip it and stick with the original and Charismatic/Pentecostal modules.

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