Untitled 1
CSS Library








Sponsored by

Free MMO Games


 Video Game Lies



 Family Friendly Gaming Devotional January

 Family Friendly Gaming Devotional February

FFG Original

Christian Dating

Pikmin 3 Deluxe

The Rising of the Shield Hero Season One Part Two


Family Friendly Gaming Hall of Fame


Do Not Mess with Online



Cordova, TN; April 18, in the year of our Lord 2016--Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games is sharing a perspective from the editor in chief. He does not mess with online games. Not only does he prefer physical copies of video games, he prefers to play video games offline. Without an further ado here he is on this thought provoking topic that impacts millions of gamers all around the entire globe of this planet Earth.

I know some people like to be social when playing video games. I get that. I like being social when it comes to in person. I love playing another person in the same room. Where certain expectations and rules can be obeyed. The super majority of my video game online experiences have been bad. Constant venom, hatred, and profanity from gutter mouths online have meant muting the sound while playing online. Silly assumptions like everyone has a headset and can verbally respond has led to issues as well. Then there are the assumptions that you want them to steal from you, kill your character and ruin your day. The selfishness from other players has been a problem. The liars who attempt to deceive us. The arrogant that are too good to help newer players. The attacks on God, Jesus and Christians have made these online games a cesspool of evil.

I don’t mess with online. In fact I ask people in PR if there are offline versions of these games when they ask me to pay for the publishing of coverage of these online games. There is a huge market out there for offline game modes in numerous online video games. We have been playing Phantasy Star Online in the offline mode here at Family Friendly Gaming for months now. We are enjoying our time playing this game offline. The video game industry tent should be big enough to allow families to play online video games in totally offline game play modes. Local multiplayer makes them even better. We pay one time and play it as we get time. An entire new major video game genre could be created. What about you? Would you be willing to enjoy online video games completely in offline game play modes?

God bless,
Paul Bury
Family Friendly Gaming


Back to Archives