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Nintendo's Greed Showcased in Fire Emblem Fates



Cordova, TN; February 22, in the year of our Lord 2016--Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games is pointing out some interesting facts concerning Fire Emblem Fates on the Nintendo 3DS. Nintendo has gotten really good at hiding their greed. Plenty of gaming websites ignore it, and do not properly report on it. Family Friendly Gaming is not one of those gaming sites. We are not afraid of Nintendo discriminating against us for calling them out. We care more about the consumers than we do the companies. There have been plenty of complaints concerning Pokemon for years. Nintendo purposely sells two copies of the same game. They do not allow immediate access to certain Pokemon in each of the copies. The only way to collect them all is to purchase both copies, or trade Pokemon with someone who has the other copy. Nintendo purposely makes it hard since they are about adding even more billions to their already huge bank account. They have no interest in doing the right thing.

There are plenty of reasons for families to dislike Fire Emblem Fates. After all it attacks Biblical marriage. Nintendo likes to regurgitate their politically correct fluff that they provide everything for everyone. Yet they are not providing for Christians. In fact Nintendo has a long history of discrimination against Christians. This is bad enough, and the next issue is also troubling. Fire Emblem Fates comes in two version; Fire Emblem Fates Conquest, and Fire Emblem Fates Birthright. Those two come in the physical format. There is also Fire Emblem Fates Revelation which comes in the despised digital download only version. The two physical copy games are sold separately so Nintendo can maximize profit. Did you know there is also a special edition of Fire Emblem Fates? The special edition of Fire Emblem Fates comes with all three games on one cartridge. Let that sink in for a moment. All three versions can fit on one Nintendo 3DS cartridge.

If one cartridge can hold all three versions of Fire Emblem Fates why isn’t that the only way Nintendo sells it? After all when it was initially announced it was announced as one game with multiple paths. Doesn’t Nintendo care about the finances of their fanboys and fangirls? Why separate them into three games? So they can make more money. So they can take more of your money from you. When will my fellow gamers wake up? They do not have your best interest at heart. They are fleecing gamers, and the video game industry to pad the billions already in their bank account. To me this is unethical, immoral, greedy, and unprofessional of Nintendo to do. To me this is part of the video game corruption. All three versions of Fire Emblem Fates fit on one cartridge. Nintendo should sell it as one game. After all that is what is it. One game told from different stand points. Nintendo can’t be trusted to do the right thing. So how do we solve it? Anyone out there have any ideas? Should #Gamergate get involved?

God bless,
Paul Bury
Family Friendly Gaming


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