If memorizing the ten commandments was a little too tricky, or you simply didn’t cut it with the Sunday school kids, then you’ll be pleased to find out that there is no longer a need to put down the controller for divine forgiveness.
That’s right, the Xbox 360 has become far too sinful in recent years, and B&H Publishing Group has just the application to fix it: Bible Navigator X.
Read on to discover what the company had to say about their immaculate conception.
“The Xbox isn’t just secular entertainment anymore,” said B&H’s executive director of digial marketing, Aaron Linne. “We can use technology that other people developed to study Scriptures through a new medium. Some people are just more comfortable with a controller in their hands than a book.”
Bible Navigator X is a digital version of the Holman Christian Standard Bible, and features the Old and New Testaments, search functions, bookmarking, and much more.
But if you were hoping that the Gideons had a part to play in this creation, think again. Bible Navigator X will cost you 400 Microsoft Points ($5) and will be sitting, strangely enough, in the “Indie Games” section of Xbox.com come December.
Source: Media Bistro