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Cordova, TN; March 3, in the year of our Lord 2015--Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games is addressing an important issue that families want to see. What do families need? More time together, lower taxes, and more control over the education of their own children. Those are all very important issues that families are dealing with in this day and age. There are also issues like security online, respect for their elders, and helping out family members. I do not plan on dealing with those important issues in this particular article. Unless you count mentioning them already.

This particular article came from two places. Two places that merged together quite nicely. Like peanut butter and jelly, peanut butter and chocolate, peanut butter and bananas. Wow peanut butter goes with a lot of things doesn’t it? The first place was family feedback. We hear from a variety of families here at Family Friendly Gaming. They love exercise games, and they love dance games. Lyrics, and horrible, disgusting, rude, nasty, and/or adult only content is something families want less of. Especially the mean, hateful lyrics. And the suggestive lyrics that do not belong. The second place was one of our normal brain sessions asking what kind of article could we do internally next? That led us to this article.

The video game industry needs a Just Dance Christian. A Just Dance video game with all of the wonderful bells and whistles, on all the modern day video game home consoles that contains only Christian music. Could you image a Sunday morning praise group singing and dancing to a Just Dance Christian video game in church? Pastors trying to slim down their congregations could mention Just Dance Christian from the pulpit. Ubisoft could easily make millions of dollars from a Just Dance Christian video game. Maybe even special VIP guests like myself, Michael Shawn Hickenbottom, Kirk Cameron, Bayless Conley, and others could be included. Families could have the Just Dance exercise with wonderful lyrics that will uplift, edify, improve, and build up. It is a win, win, win situation for everyone.

So how about it Ubisoft? I have given you a multi-million dollar idea for free. Will you act upon it?

God bless,
Paul Bury
Family Friendly Gaming


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