Most NES games stay away from heavy subject matter. Religion, starvation, apartheid––this is the kind of stuff that's swept under the rug while games focus on high fantasy, cute animals or head jumpin'.
Spiritual Warfare is different. Developed by Wisdom Tree, the studio known for creating unlicensed, religious Nintendo games (because when you're talking about Jesus, there's no need to follow the rules!), Spiritual Warfare paints a terrifying picture of a world without God.
|Not an actual screen shot.|
|Seriously, is this guy related to Zebediah from Totally Rad?|
Spiritual Warfare, you don't shy away from the horror of holy wars. We salute you.