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Left Behind Pushed Back

The developers of Left Behind: Eternal Forces, the highly-anticipated PC game based on the fiction series by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins, are continuing the development process in order to release a first-rate game. The title will now launch the second half of 2006. Pre-sale boxes are already available at more than 3,500 EB Games and GameStop locations across the nation. Every pre-sale box includes a Sneak Peek Pack that includes a unique bracelet, special access to key codes that assist in conquering multiple levels of game play and a DVD featuring the official trailer.

“From day one, Left Behind Games has been dedicated to AAA quality,” said Troy Lyndon, chief executive officer, Left Behind Games. “After more than 3 years of development by more than 50 developers in 4 countries, our first game has tremendous appeal to both hardcore gamers and fans of the popular novel series. In the coming days, we will release our first-looks of this tremendous game that has it all; great graphics, strategy, depth and meaningful messages worthwhile of fascinating coffee table discussions.”

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