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Cordova, TN; July 24, in the year of our Lord 2017--Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games is sharing an idea I had recently. I would love to see family safe versions of games. This concept came to me on a walk while we were discussing how certain companies made non-gore versions of their games. In fact Goat Simulator and Dark Souls II both allow adult gamers to turn off the blood and gore. There is also a limited feature in Limbo to do the same thing. I am sure there are plenty of other examples out there. I believe every single seventeen and older only video game should include an option to turn off the blood and gore. I hear from hardcore haters that this macabre and morbid game has a good story in it. I won’t play it because of all the excessive blood and gore which is not needed.

For years Family Friendly Gaming has criticized the macabre and morbid rated video games because they are limiting their sales. Families avoid those dirty games like the plague. Those companies have a bad public image, and are generally only loved by the hardcore haters. So what can be done about it? Some fake news stories from CNN? I don’t think that would help the video game industry. I do think offering an option to turn off the blood and gore in all of these games is technologically viable, possible, and needed. Will they do it though? I hope so. I would certainly like to see it happen. I might even consider purchasing a macabre and morbid rated video game if I could easily turn off the blood and gore. In fact it would be awesome to set the parental features on a system to only play thirteen and older video games. Then when a game with a higher rating is put in, it will actually play in a thirteen and older only version. That would be extremely helpful to families. The macabre and morbid content could easily be cleansed to make these games available to more families.

I would love to see the macabre and morbid games become like the director’s cut of movies. There is the normal version which is safer and cleaner. Then the macabre and morbid versions of these games become the director’s cut. I believe this would help the image of the video game industry and it would help sales of these games. I stopped playing the macabre and morbid games many years ago because I do not want to expose my mind to such evil, vile, and wicked things. I see nothing positive from letting all of that gross, and disgusting content into my brain. There is enough bad in our world. I see no need to fantasy about even more of it. Listening to praise and worship music gives me a better attitude, and puts me in a better mood. I would like to see an option for all of these games to have cleaner versions. What about you? Do you think this is even possible? Would you consider buying some of these games if the bad content was cleansed?

God bless,
Paul Bury
Family Friendly Gaming


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