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Cordova, TN; December 7, in the year of our Lord 2015--Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games is addressing one of the issues in the video game industry. Maybe it is one of the lies in the video game industry. A lie that needs to be exposed. A lie that needs to be corrected, and fixed. Certain video game companies are making billions of dollars off of consumers. Yet they refuse to lower the prices of their games. Why? Greed, selfishness, and a lack of being content. They know they have plenty of addicted fanboys who will pay whatever prices they put out there. They even have propaganda supporters who claim they should charge consumers even more money. How did they get so much money in their bank accounts? By giving us great deals, or by fleecing us?

All ya’ll know me. I am a conservative. You might wonder why I am bringing up the issue of greed from certain selfish companies. Shouldn’t I say they can be as greedy as they want? No. Let me explain why. My wife and I started Family Friendly Gaming as a consumer’s rights advocate. We care more about you as a consumer than we do about any of the control freak billionaire video game companies. We see companies bragging about making billions off these video games, toy to video games, and more. We connected the dots. The reason they have so much money is they are selling their products at an over-inflated price. They could cut consumers a break. They could help out their fan boys by dropping prices into more reasonable areas. They would make less profit on the front end. However they may make more profit in terms of more sales with the lower prices.

Have you heard this one? It costs so much in development, that is why we have to charge higher prices. At what point do they break even? Shouldn’t they immediately lower prices once they break even on a game or franchise? That is if they cared about you and me. Obviously they care more about making as much money as they can. They pad their bank accounts after they have broken even. The sad truth is these companies care more about your money than they do about you. They will say and do anything to get you to part with your money. This is where you have the power. Hold your money. Wait for prices to come down to a reasonable rate. It astounds me how quickly prices come down on video games. Wait three, six, nine, or even twelve months. The game will be new to you. Find games on clearance. You get more game for you money, and you send a message to these companies.

God bless,
Paul Bury
Family Friendly Gaming


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