With all the raunchiness and violence in mainstream video games, a group of Christian businessmen hears a call to provide a more wholesome alternative.
The Christian Game Developers Foundation held a conference in Portland, Ore., last month to create games with a different mission.
"I think the majority of gamers out there just want to play a great game," said the group's leader, Ralph Bagley. "They don't really necessarily need intestines hanging on a doorknob."
Bagley said wealthy...Full Story