A right-wing evangelical group is shipping out "care" packages to American soldiers based in Iraq that include a controversial videogame.
Among the items the group, called OSU Tour, is shipping out is Left Behind: Eternal Forces, a videogame produced by Left Behind Games.
Left Behind is a real-time strategy title in which Christian believers are swept into heaven after taking out non-Christians, who endure a less pleasurable fate in the struggle to defeat the Antichrist.
It was generally panned by reviewers and was also condemned by Christian anti-game activist Jack Thompson as intolerant.
The rest of the package includes a pocket-sized bible, snacks and evangelical literature - including Arabic translation - all approved by the Department of Defense.