Bizarre Anti-Spore Website Takes Issue WIth Stance On Creationism

Stuart Houghton of Kotaku writes: "The site purports to be a protest against Spore and its 'attack on Christian values' and consists of several Creature Creator movies of Penis Monsters and other Spore grotesques, alongside posts about what the author claims is the game's pro-evolutionary agenda and corrupting influence on children."

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Vicophine3743d ago

I'm a creationist, but I don't see a problem with Spore, it's simply a bunch of coding..don't take it so seriously people... Please shut up, your giving us a bad name >__<;;

radio0o3743d ago (Edited 3743d ago )

this website has been confirmed to be satire created by atheists just like the Sony Defense Force website was created by Xbox 360 fans

Vicophine3743d ago

LOL, N4G, Kotaku, or the site that Kotaku is quoting? :p ...I kid.

bootsielon3743d ago

I thought those were extinct.

tamd3743d ago

these ppl need some life this is just a game

ZombieNinjaPanda3743d ago

Is an attack on Christian values?

Yeah, Spore purposely attacked Christian values. It purposely attacked the Christian faith.

I'm Catholic.

Keep religion out of games.

lsujester3743d ago (Edited 3743d ago )

For sure, religion has no place in video games. So we should therefore get rid of that crap like "Left Behind: Eternal Forces", and those countless Bible games meant to brainwash kids.

Evolution, however, is a SCIENCE, and therefore is fair for any video game.

TruthbeTold3743d ago

And a game, thought process, or belief that contradicts such interpretations isn't an attack on someones values. It might possibly be seen as an affront to some perceived authoritative stance. But so what?

Kinetix3743d ago

This makes me so mad. Thanks vicophine,I couldn't have put it any better myself.

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