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Submitted by MikeEaton 550d ago | opinion piece

Seven Deadly Sins Represented in Video Games

Mike writes, "I've been fielding questions about religion lately as a result of my daughter attending Catholic school. While she shares with me what she's learned, I get to share information with her about how Jesus wasn't actually white, or about how sometimes men love men and women love women and that's just great. It's fun. Anyway, this topic got me thinking, and it's prompted me to do some deep research about religion. While looking at the Seven Deadly Sins, I thought to myself, "Hey, there's a finite number of concepts that would make a great video game article." Well, I'm a sinner for sure and here's a list of games that bring out the worst in me." (BioShock: Infinite, PC, The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim, Torchlight)

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