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Physical Copy Movement Gaining Steam



Cordova, TN; September 5, in the year of our Lord 2014--Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games is officially announcing their support behind the physical copy movement. This movement has been making steam, gaining ground, and getting massive support this year. Family Friendly Gaming is the latest company to put their full weight behind the physical copy movement. Video game developers, and video game publishers have been taking notice of this movement, and the intelligent people who support it.

Family Friendly Gaming has been writing about the advantages of the physical copy movement for some time now. Family Friendly Gaming has been working with a variety of other gaming outlets, video game developers, video game publishers, and the public to bring about awareness to this extremely important consumer rights issue. The physical copy movement has helped the economy, gamers, families, and companies. It has been a win-win-win for all sides involved. Family Friendly Gaming challenges the rest of the gaming media to follow our lead. Swallow your pride, and do the right thing - announce your official support for the physical copy movement.

Disney Infinity 2.0, Skylanders Trap Team, and now amiibo are all fine examples of the increase in physical interactive devices that are a part of the physical copy movement. Ultimate NES Remix and NES Remix Pack are excellent examples of games that were download only in the past. This Christmas they will be released in physical copy form. This shows that supporters of the physical copy movement are making an impact on the video game industry. These companies are listening when we all tell them we want to physical own a copy of the games we pay money for. There is still work to do in the coming months and years. There is still inequality in terms of download only games versus physical copy games. Have faith that we can make the video game industry better for all of us in the future.

God bless,
Paul Bury
Family Friendly Gaming


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