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Cordova, TN; August 21, in the year of our Lord 2017--Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games is exploring an interesting concept in role playing video games. Numerous role playing video games have ways for dead characters to revive. There is magic that can revive a dead character. Some games have the dead characters come to back to life after each battle. Some games bring people back to life after taking them to church and paying a priest. There are items in role playing video games that can bring characters back to life. Jesus raised people from the dead. So being brought back to life is actually in the Holy Bible, and something Christians can identify with. Very few role playing video games reflect how it is actually done in the Holy Bible though. This is a definite missed opportunity in the video game industry.

Something that we have discussed here at Family Friendly Gaming is the unfortunate disconnection in video games like Final Fantasy VII. What is this disconnection? Aerith Gainsborough died in Final Fantasy VII. It is part of the storyline. For some reason none of the magic, or items could revive her. This does not make much sense to me. Why have all of these revive items and then have them unavailable? It just confuses the fantasy world the video game developer is trying to create. Either they work or they do not work. Remember Lazarus was dead for three days before Jesus Christ brought him back to life. So the amount of time a character is dead should not matter. That is my personal opinion on it. What do you think?

God bless,
Paul Bury
Family Friendly Gaming


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