Sony has fallen foul of the Church of England, with its Playstation 3 game, "Resistance: Fall of Man" showing violent gunfights in the interior of Manchester Cathedral.

 

The Church sees is an insensitive move to show gunfights in the cathedral which holds memorial services for gunfight victims, in a city plagued by gun violence.
It is believed the Church will draft a letter to Sony today in which it will demand an apology and a substantial donation from the game's profits. Apparently, Sony didn't seek permission to use images of the cathedral and, anyway, the content of the game would be considered inappropriate to the venue.
Failing consensus on the first two demands, it is thought the Church would then demand either that the game be withdrawn entirely or that the section showing the cathedral be modified.
Already, more than 1-million copies of the game have been sold. It depicts a parallel universe where mankind is threatened by aliens.