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Owners versus Renters

 

  

Cordova, TN; August 7, in the year of our Lord 2014--Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games is asking Family Friendly Gaming Nation an important question. Are you an owner? Or are you a renter? Do you know the difference? Which is better to be for the long term? Have you ever given this issue much thought? Should you start to care about your ownership status? We care about it here at Family Friendly Gaming. Which is why we are doing a news article on this exact topic. I personally find this issue to be extremely important.

Owners purchase physical copies of video games. Owners can sell and trade their video games. Owners can give away their video games to family, friends, or anyone else they so choose. Owners can enhance their video games with devices like the Action Replay. Owners can experience the art work on the manuals, cases, discs, and cartridges. Owners can play their games on multiple different machines. Renters can save space by downloading their games to one machine. Renters can pay the same price for games. Renters can pay multiple times for the same game (aka free apps or repeat pay to play apps). Renters have to turn a machine on to see what games they own.

So which are you? Are you a renter? Or are you an owner? It should be apparent that I am way more supportive of owners. I am not trying to bad mouth renters. I believe owning games is better for the industry. I believe owning games is better for families. You always have more choices and options when you own a video game. Ultimately I am looking out for families, and for my fellow gamers. If you are a renter I want to encourage you to become an owner. If space for games is a problem, then trade them in (or sell them).

God bless,
Paul Bury
Family Friendly Gaming

 

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