A small band of demonstrators gathered outside the Los Angeles Convention Center today to protest Dante’s Inferno, an upcoming video game from publisher Electronic Arts.
While attendees viewed Dante’s Inferno at EA’s booth in the South Hall of the LACC, a dozen or so members of a Ventura County, California church group marched on the sidewalk. The protesters carried signs with messages like "EA = anti-Christ," reports the Los Angeles Times:
Matthew Francis, one of the protesters, said he and his fellow church members were particularly upset that Dante’s Inferno features a character who fights his way out of Hell and uses a cross as a weapon against demons.
"We think this game should never come out," he said…