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Army of Two's "homosexual encounters" draw ire from Christian group

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The Timothy Plan, a Florida investment firm which bills itself as "conservative Christian," is warning parents away from EA actioner Army of Two because it contains "homosexual encounters".

In a list of 30 games deemed unsuitable for children the game is listed thus: "Army of Two: Homosexual Encounters: ...Somewhat homo-erotic undertones between the two main characters are present."

Art Ally, president, of the Timothy Plan, said: "Many, if not most, parents who buy their kids video games really don't know the extent of sex and violence imbedded in them.

"From drug use, prostitution, murder and mayhem to vulgar profanity and blasphemy these games have become a powerfully negative influence on our kids."

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