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Newer Does Not Mean Better



Cordova, TN; May 2, in the year of our Lord 2016--Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games is acknowledging a video game truth that many families already know. What is this video game truth? Newer does not mean better. In fact numerous Family Friendly Gaming reviews have pointed out newer video games are including less characters, less modes, and less fun. It is shocking that the costs of video games continue to rise, while the content continues to decrease. At some point something has to break. Too many video game companies already have a bad image. If they ever want the hype to be believed again, they need to turn things around. Will they actually do it though? Or are they so enamored with the Emperor’s new clothes that they won’t change a blessed thing?

From Street Fighter V to Star Wars Battlefront a disturbing trend has been happening in the video game industry. Video games are coming out in small chunks and being called complete games. Years of DLC has still not given us a complete version of Killer Instinct. The company executives and PR mouth pieces brag about how great these new games are. Gaming media outlets that expose the lies get black listed by these unethical and immoral company representatives. Leaving only the gaming sites that will regurgitate the lies. Those gaming sites lost all credibility and are routinely called bought off by gamers. The video game industry is in sad shape right now. Extreme radical and fanatical liberalism is being shoved down gamers’ throats.

As we have been playing more retro video games here at Family Friendly Gaming we have noticed all of the different teams, characters, levels, and other content that is being left out of newer versions of these games. Don’t get me started on the shrinking offline game modes either. It is horrible how many companies expect us to pay them to play the games we already purchased. No Ubisoft, No EA, No Microsoft, and No Sony; we will not pay you monthly fees to drain our Internet usage to play online. We want to play offline. We want all the modes that came in previous versions of the games. Madden video games used to have more legacy and legendary teams. Anyone else notice they are missing in current versions of Madden? Lego Dimensions is shameful in its measly game play length.

We gamers have lost so much content over the last few years. Where were the guardians? Where were the consumer rights advocates? Who is standing up for your rights? Besides Family Friendly Gaming and Christ Centered Gamer. We can only do so much. A grass roots gamer campaign is needed to correct this problem in the industry. For now my best advice is for more families to play the retro video games. They cost way less money and you get so much more content. Seems like a no-brainer to me. What franchises have you seen less content being released in newer games?

God bless,
Paul Bury
Family Friendly Gaming


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