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Gamers searching for more positive challenge

December 22, 2005

Albany- Computer and video games are popular gifts this holiday season, but many parents want to avoid the violence and adult themes in many games. There is a more positive alternative.

Managers at EB Games say more parents are asking about family friendly and Christian video games this year. The Christian side of the market is expanding fast, and more games are being developed.

"There's actually one game out now, the title of the game is "The Bible Game" it comes out on four different platforms, it comes out on GameCube, Play Station 2, X Box, and PC which is personal computer," said Chance Eastham, EB Games Manager.

EB Games says if you can't find the Christian games here in Albany, they can try other stores and get the game for you.

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