Well, Of *Course* There Are Secret Islamic Messages Hidden In This DS Game

Does the Crave DS game "Baby Pals" really say "Islam is the light" when you give your tot a bath? Of course not. That's ridiculous. Doesn't stop WTNH from reporting it, though!

Like the more widely-publicised issue surrounding the Little Mummy Cuddle and Coo doll - from which the baby's audio sample is presumably taken - the baby is speaking in gibberish. A simple background check on the "furore" surrounding the doll could have told them that.

Likewise, a phone call to developers Crave - look, the logo is right there on the box in the report! - could have settled the matter, instead of trying to ask Nintendo about a game Nintendo didn't develop.

Ah well. "BABY GAME SPEAKS GIBBERISH" wouldn't be as interesting an angle as "BABY GAME IS ISLAMIC CHUCKY", would it?

Video game plays strange message? [wtnh, via GamePolitics]


Comments

    Of course, it'd be all well and good if it said "Christ is the light."

    Good values and morals and what not... uh huh.

    Exactly Nick, aside from the fact that this interpretation of baby gibberish just proves how insane the media can be, the only reason it got any attention is because it was islam rather than christianity. Surprising isn't it? People are apparently so concerned about their kids being brainwashed into islam by baby talk, yet they indoctrinate their kids into their own religions without even thinking about it.

    ITS NOT MADE BY NINTENDO BUT IT SAYS NINTENDO ON THE BOX THERFORE NINTENDO IS EVIL!!!

    Dumbasses.

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