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Cordova, TN; November 19, in the year of our Lord 2014--Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games is taking a good look at the failures of the Wii U. Family Friendly Gaming is planning multiple articles in this series. The third failure of the Wii U we are looking at is Christian Games. If you thought the sports games did bad on the Wii U, or educational games did bad on the Wii U, then you are going to be extremely dismayed at how Christian video games have utilized. In a nation where 80% of the population self-identify as Christian it is amazing Nintendo has not allowed one Christian video game on the Wii U.

Sure Nintendo has a long known history of being anti-Christian in the video game industry. Sure Nintendo has gone out of their way to discriminate and persecute Christians from a variety of video game developers all the way back to Wisdom Tree. In this day and age of indie games, it is shocking that Nintendo’s bigotry against Christians continues. Especially when we look at some of the stinker indie games Nintendo has let on the Wii U. The Letter is a perfect example. The Bible Game, and Bible Adventures are twenty times better than The Letter. Nintendo allowed The Letter, but denies Christian video game developers. Bigotry against Christians is the only logical reason Nintendo allows such low level video games, and denies Christian games that look, sound, and play better.

Christian video games continue to thrive on the Personal Computer, iOS, and Android platforms. Yet Nintendo has not figured out how to court any of the Christian video game developers. Family Friendly Gaming asked multiple Christian video game developers (who asked to have their contact information kept in confidence), and found out that Nintendo refuses to allow them to port, or develop on the Wii U and Nintendo 3DS. This draconian policy by Nintendo is why they are losing support. They can not expect to discriminate against Christians in a Christian nation, and still have us give them our money. Nintendo has been exposed.

If Nintendo wants to continue to exist in the video game industry they need to correct quite a few things. Their lack of inclusiveness is one of the things that is hurting them. They have not properly targeted, and they have exposed themselves as bigots with a hateful double standard. They are giving away tools for small indie developers to make games on the Wii U. At the same time they are denying Christian video games on their systems. They can’t keep this double standard up if they want to get money from Christians. They need to call holidays by the real names. Call it Thanksgiving, call it Christmas, and call it Easter. We know Nintendo worships at the idolatry of political correctness. Nintendo knows what to do if they want our money. The question is - will they do the right thing? Or will they continue to self destruct?

God bless,
Paul Bury
Family Friendly Gaming


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