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Cordova, TN; May 1, in the year of our Lord 2017--Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games is bringing awareness to an issue within the video game industry. What is this issue? Should you care? Do you care? Well that depends on you. Hopefully after reading this article you will care. I am sick and tired of video game systems and games constantly updating. Let us play. I am tired of downloads, installations, and reboots required on video game consoles before we can play a game. It seems like every single time I turn around some video game or video game system wants to update. Enough is enough already. We only have so much time, and we should be able to totally opt out of updates if we see fit.

I do not know what is so important that our game play time has to be constantly interrupted for downloads, and installations. I do not get it. Why? Could someone out there please explain it to me? What annoys me even more is when the update is for some paid DLC that I will never, and I MEAN EVER purchase. You interrupt us being able to use the products we paid for to advertise to us? How rude is that? I feel I should get paid for them to advertise to me. They pay for advertisements on television, radio, magazines, newspapers, billboards, bus stops, train stops, and more. Why is our time so much less in terms of value? Why are they allowed to advertise to us for free? These mega video game companies already have enough money. They could easily pay for the advertisements to us.

When I want to play something, I want to play it. I always have a limited amount of time to play whatever game. I do not need them interfering with that, just to download and then install some update. What is worse is when they have to reboot as well. This issue has gotten worse as more things have gone digital. Some companies even believe in releasing bug filled software and fix things as they go for years. No thank you. I totally disagree with this approach. Do your best to get it right the first time. I do not want you constantly interrupting video game play so you can finally get around to fixing something. Continuous programming is not part of what I want to experience as a consumer. We are the ones who need to speak out if we can hope to get some change. Do you care now? Will you say something about this issue?

God bless,
Paul Bury
Family Friendly Gaming


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