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Cordova, TN; November 26, in the year of our Lord 2018--Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games is touching on a topic of perspective. There are different tiers of companies we deal with. Some companies send everything we ask for. Some companies send us stuff even if we don’t ask for it. Some companies send press releases but never any products. Some companies do not send press releases. Some companies send physical copies of their products. Some companies only send a digital download code. As you can see there is a lot of diversity in what different companies provide.

Why aren’t there standards in the video game industry? Why do some people working for these companies lie about reviewable copies? I wrote before about these companies putting their best foot forward. Many of them never read that story, or completely ignored it. Some of them do not care about Family Friendly Gaming Universe. Or at least that is how I define their lack of ethics, honesty, and professionalism. Which brought me to me to the next logical point along the path of logic. They don’t want your money. They do not want you to buy the products they represent. Under which situations does that apply?

If the company fails to provide us a press release I don’t think they want any sales from Family Friendly Gaming Universe (FFGU). If the company fails to respond to review requests I don’t think they want any sales from FFGU. If a company lies about reviewable copies I don’t think they want any sales from FFGU. If a company treats us like third class citizens I don’t think they want any sales from FFGU. If a company discriminates against Christians and/or conservatives I don’t think they want any sales from FFGU. If a company discriminates against men I don’t think they want any sales from FFGU. If a company discriminates against Christmas I don’t think they want any sales from FFGU.

What do you think? Do you agree with this? Do you disagree with this? Do you think this is going too far? Do you think I have not gone far enough? Does the logic seem sound? If a company does not want to reach FFGU, then how else are we to take that? To me it sounds like they do not want you to give them any money. If that is the case I say we oblige them. I give these companies one month to respond. If they fail to do so then they agree with me and this column.

I hope you have a wonderful rest of your day.


God bless,
Paul Bury
Family Friendly Gaming

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