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Why FFG Does not Run the ESRB PSAs

 

  

Cordova, TN; September 12, in the year of our Lord 2014--Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games is officially releasing the reasons for not running the PSA’s from the ESRB. First and foremost what are those acronym? FFG stands for Family Friendly Gaming. Hopefully your family already knew that. The ESRB stands for the Entertainment Software Rating Board. The organization that produces ratings on some of the video games on the market. Finally there is some debate about what PSA stands for. Some claim it stands for Public Service Announcement. Others vehemently stand behind the definition of Propaganda Statement Advertisement. Which do you think fits in this instance?

The PSA’s the ESRB send over are in fact advertisements for themselves, and their rating system. They are filled with propaganda, and out right lies. Family Friendly Gaming routinely brings up mistakes made by the ESRB. Yet they want video game websites and video game magazines to run their propaganda advertisements to try and garner public support. Video games have a bad public image. The solution the industry has come up is to run propaganda advertisements claiming they are trustworthy, honorable, and respected. I almost laughed to death the first time they sent over one of their propaganda advertisements. Not only did they want us to run with their lies, they expected us to do it for free.

Family Friendly Gaming has honor and integrity. We do the right thing even when it is the harder thing to do. The ESRB is trying to take a shortcut. Instead of trying to earn the trust of the public, they are trying to brainwash them. Too many gaming sites and magazines happily spread the lies. They want to be revered, and seen as celebrities. So of course they do not think for themselves. Family Friendly Gaming follows a different path. The one that stands up for honesty, and integrity. We do not use that lame moral equivalency argument. Instead we call them how we see them. That is why we will not run the propaganda statement advertisements from the ESRB.


God bless,
Paul Bury
Family Friendly Gaming

 

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