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Cordova, TN; April 25, in the year of our Lord 2016--Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games is sharing a some family experiences. We love to play together as a family. Whether it is a board game or a card game, we love playing together as a family. From Monopoly to Uno we enjoy playing together as a family. It is a great way to spend time together. We also find ways to play together as a family. There are plenty of competitive games we can play one another. From Tetris video games to sports video games. As long as they have local multiplayer we enjoy learning a game and helping one another out.

Another way we can help one another out is with cooperative local multiplayer video games. In fact Peter and I have been playing Phantasy Star Online Episode One on the original Xbox. We love that this home console video game includes a completely offline mode. Not only is there an offline mode, there is an offline mode that allows for up to four players to play at the same time. Well Peter and I had been playing and then we realized Noah could play with us as well if we purchased another original Xbox controller. We found one locally at a new retro gaming store and purchased it. Noah started playing with us. The level of communications and looking out for one another has been fantastic. One of us can see monsters creeping up on someone else on our screen. We tell them to get out of there and provide them some cover fire. Gameplay has been amazing and fun as we work together.

The coolest thing is we are having a blast playing this game completely offline, and together. I wish more online video games would include offline game modes that are multi-player. We want to sit together and converse while we are protecting one another in a video game. The three of us playing together locally was one of the best gaming experiences I have had in my close to four decades of video game experiences. I truly believe that families that do things together grow closer, and are more appreciative of one another. Working together inside a video game like that has provided us special memories we will keep the rest of our lives. If you do not believe me, then please try it out. If you have thoughts on this, send me an email. I love hearing from all ya’ll.

God bless,
Paul Bury
Family Friendly Gaming


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