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Cordova, TN; December 21, in the year of our Lord 2013--Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games is acknowledging there are more good games for families. The majority of the video game industry is comprised of video games that are good for families. Yet the focus of the rest of the media is on the bad games. Why is that? Why do they ignore educational games and focus on the games that are macabre, morbid, deviant, and death worshiping? Is it all about ratings, and shock value? Why don't they focus on the good games? Why not spend time covering the exercise games?

The failures of the rest of the media (gaming media included) is one of the reasons why Family Friendly Gaming came into existence. We were tired of hearing all about blood, gore, murder, and all kinds of sexual deviancy. Instead we gave the spotlight to the games that are good for families. Games that are wholesome, uplifting, helpful, kind, considerate, caring, and loving. Games that teach lessons that make us better. Games that remind us to put the controller down and help those around us. Games that support intelligent design, traditional values, proper historical definitions, and selflessness. Games that promote good attitudes, smiling, and compassion. We led the industry by example. We continue to lead the industry by example.

Problem is the rest of the media has failed to follow our fine example. They have failed to be the bigger man or woman. They continue the same hamsters wheel that leads nowhere. Family Friendly Gaming ignores the rude, ugly, and nasty video games for a reason – we are not sending anyone that direction. We are not promoting those games. We are not giving them sales. We continue to stick to our standards. Curious people buy those games to see if your reporting is accurate. Which means you send those companies money, so they can make more games. Which means new reports for you to hammer the hatefulness of those games. Break the cycle. Focus on the good games instead of the bad ones.

God bless,
Paul Bury
Family Friendly Gaming


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