'Guitar Praise' lets you 'blast that solid Christian rock'

Digital Praise has released Guitar Praise, which is basically a Christian rock version of Guitar Hero.

Digital Praise

If you've been champing at the bit to play some Guitar Hero, but have found that the music contained therein just doesn't meld with your Christian values, you may be in luck.

Digital Praise, a maker of Christian computer games, has released Guitar Praise, which is basically a Christian rock version of Guitar Hero.

The game replaces such Guitar Hero staples as Primus, Rage Against the Machine, and Butthole Surfers with artists including Nate Sallie, Petra, and Jonah33. As far as I can tell from the promotional video there is no other difference.

The complete package retails for $100 and includes a wireless guitar and a Windows- and Mac-compatible game.

So if you like to picture your deity "with like giant eagle's wings, singing lead vocals for Lynyrd Skynyrd with like an angel band" (you know, minus the Skynyrd), then this game might be worth checking out.

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