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Cordova, TN; September 21, in the year of our Lord 2015--Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games is commenting on something that is missing from the Fantasy Life video game. A little background first. Family Friendly Gaming has gotten more frugal financially in recent years. We rent games that we do not receive reviewable copies from. Then if we are interested in playing it later we put it down on a list to purchase when it comes down to a price we are willing to pay. Patience allows us to get more games for the same amount of money. Other times we are given a download code, and we prefer a physical copy of a game. So those games also go on the listing to purchase a physical copy at a future date. How do we pay for all of these games? By moving over the money allocated to attend events in person. The Cost Benefit Analysis (CBA) on those events was a huge drain of money anyways. So it makes more sense to just purchase the games when they reach a decent price.

I have been playing Fantasy Life off and on for weeks now. There is so much in Fantasy Life to enjoy. The many quests, the story line, the diverse areas, and all of the different professions or jobs. The professions in Fantasy Life are Paladin, Mercenary, Hunter, Wizard, Blacksmith, Carpenter, Tailor, Alchemist, Cook, Angler, Woodcutter, and Miner. Do you notice what is missing from that listing? Something important to life that should be in there. There is no option to play a Pastor or a Priest. Why is that? I know some people are going to say: “it is fantasy life, not real life.” Really? Is that so? So we do not have mercenaries, hunters, blacksmiths, carpenters, tailors, cooks, anglers, woodcutters and miners in the real world? Two thirds of the professions in Fantasy Life are real professions in the real world. Paladin, wizard, and alchemist are not as well established in the real world.

A super majority of the jobs in Fantasy Life are found in the real world. So why are Pastors and Priests discriminated against? Is this part of the ugly side of the video game industry? Where Christians are discriminated against by unethical companies? Is this Nintendo’s doing? Is it Level-5’s doing? Who is responsible for this negligence? I for one would love to play the Pastor or Priest profession in Fantasy Life. We could go and help the poor, feed the hungry, minister to the elderly in their homes, and more. It would be awesome to train on giving sermons on Sunday mornings in Fantasy Life. Does the religious teaching of a false goddess in Fantasy Life have something to do with why we can not play Pastors or Priests? I ask a lot of questions I do not have the answers to. All I know for certain is I would love to be able to play a Pastor or Priest in Fantasy Life. Here again Nintendo has failed to provide for a signficant sector of the video game population.

God bless,
Paul Bury
Family Friendly Gaming


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