Ominous Horizons: A Paladin's Calling
Genre: Première personne, Tir
Ominous Horizons: A Paladin's Calling is a 3D medieval first-person shooter video game developed by N'Lightning Software and released in September 2001. The game is the spiritual successor to N'Lightning Software's Catechumen (2000). Ominous Horizons cost over $1.6 million over the course of the game's development cycle, being the highest budgeted Christian video game. The game's poor sales performance, selling 50,000 copies, eventually resulted in the disbandment of N'Lightning Software.