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Cordova, TN; September 12, in the year of our Lord 2016--Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games is discussing the topic of putting your best foot forward. As long time readers and viewers know we spend a lot of time researching each of the topic we write about, do videos on, and more. We are certainly far from perfect. Mistakes creep in here and there. We always strive to put our best foot forward. We believe that begins with honesty. I spent quite a few hours contemplating, meditating, praying, and soul searching to determine why something bothered me so badly. Why did I take it so personally? What am I even talking about? I am talking about too many of the video game companies swapping over to the digital download versus providing physical copies of video games for review.

I care about consumer rights. I care about Internet Service Providers punishing families for downloading files that are too large. I care about the art work. I care about discs and cartridges. I realized there was something deeper going on. There was something bothering me on a subconscious level. I have been digging within my psyche to find that core issue. I am writing this article because I have finally found the answer. After all of this exhaustive effort it has come to me. The video game companies and their PR firms are not putting their best foot forward. By giving gaming media outlets the disposable digital downloadable copies they are not doing their best. They are barely trying by providing a code. They are not making much of an effort. They give us no value, and expect us to return massive value.

No wonder so many gaming media sites are in such disarray. The PR firms, and the companies themselves do not actually care. Why should the gaming reviewers? Too many gaming companies and PR firms treat the gaming media like their slaves. No wonder there has been so much rebellion. I also suspect this is a contributing factor to the decline in quality. Disposable digital downloadable video games are like Kleenex. Use them once and then throw them away. Play them, and delete them. No real emotional connection to the game or the franchise. It was an interesting flash in the pan for a few days, and then gone. Never to be seen, played, or thought of again. Someone within these gaming companies needs to start caring again. Or the entire industry will move from decline to free falling.

God bless,
Paul Bury
Family Friendly Gaming


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