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Cordova, TN; March 18, in the year of our Lord 2014--Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games is making an important statement about current modern day video games. What are we saying? We are saying: “Forget being bad - I want to be good.” We are bored to tears with video games that let us play the bad guys. Forget that – we want to play good guys. We want to be on the side of light. No need to play characters steeped in darkness. Let us shine baby. Let us be the light that shines the way for others. Let us make things better instead of worse. Let us sacrifice for others instead of living for self. Let us take the right path instead of the wrong one. Let us be the examples that others strive to be.

The fad of playing the bad guy may have been entertaining to some at first. But let us be honest with ourselves. It winds up making us feel dirty, and filthy. We were not meant to play the bad guys. We were not meant to do the wrong things. We were created to be good. We were created to do the right things. Let our industry stop acting like a spoiled toddler. Time for video games to really mature, and really grow up. Time for the entire industry to celebrate how great it is to be the good guys. Time for our entire industry to embrace modesty, sacrifice, patience, kindness, meekness, love, caring, happiness, and joy. It is time for the entire industry to become uplifting, positive, encouraging, and helpful. Can you dig it? Can you support it? Can you stand up for what is right?

What can you do to be the change the video game industry needs? You can speak out as I have. Do not let the immature, rude, and selfish haters intimidate you. Let these companies know you will not purchase games where you have to play the bad guy. Educate these companies that your money goes to games where you get to the play the good guy. Follow through with your words too – purchase good guy games. Thank companies that make the good games. Rate them high wherever you can. Spread the word to your friends, family, co-workers, fellow students, and anyone else who will listen. Finally let us know your success stories so we can continue to spread the word. You can be the grassroots change our industry needs.

God bless,
Paul Bury
Family Friendly Gaming


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