Cross my heart and hope to waggle.

File this one under "Huh?", "What?", know what? Let's not file this one at all.

We Pray is set to be the motion-controlled minigame-based church simulator to end all motion-controlled minigame-based church simulators. If, of course, it really exists...

Check out the trailer below.

According to the Prayer Works Interactive official site it's for real, with a release date of Easter 2010, and an exceptionally lengthy preorder period starting November 20 of this year. (That's not too surprising, though. Jesus was pretty well-known for his patience.)

But is it real, or is this some kind of hoax? Goodness knows. The concept seems a little ridiculous, yes, but when has that stopped anyone before? And you might want to laugh at the preposterously low production values, but I have two words for you: Wisdom Tree.

The more we think about it, the less unlikely it seems. Time will tell on this one. In the meantime, let's just hope it features unlockable Popes.

And that it's narrated by Father Guido Sarducci.

Oh, and that you can purchase absolution in the form of downloadable content.

Anyway, enough joking; that's what the comments section is for.

So what do you think? Is this real? And will keeping it in our homes prevent us from having to pay property taxes?