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Cordova, TN; May 22, in the year of our Lord 2017--Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games is starting a brand new series under the umbrella Video Game Disconnect. These are articles on areas of double standards and disconnections within the video game industry. The first article in this series is making money. We all know the gaming companies are in the business of making money. Sure they publish video games, but their real goal is to make money. That is what has led to a lot of the video game corruption and lack of ethics in video game journalists. How deep does the problem really go? The truth can cost these companies money. The truth can also cost video game media outlets money. So it is not in their self interest to reconnect.

I noticed something interesting recently. A fair amount of the people in PR claim they cannot do anything to assist in advertising. However these same people will make sure advertising is pulled when a review is published that will cost their employer money. It is interesting how they can take away, but are not capable of giving. Seems like there is a great big disconnect there to me. What do you think? Am I on to something here? Or am I totally and completely off base? You can sound off on that. To me if you can take something away then you should also be capable of giving. If the people in PR are not connected with advertising at all then they should not remove advertising, reviewable copies, press releases, and/or assets when a media outlet says something they do not like.

No wonder there is such a problem with corruption in the video game industry. Too many of the companies focusing on earning money have intimidated too many people in video game media outlets. Just so you know I have received numerous threats over the years from a variety of people in PR. Many of them have followed through on their threats. I have pointed out they are being small minded, selfish, unprofessional, and corrupt. As you can probably imagine that has not made me any new friends in the video game industry. Why? Because I challenge the disconnect mentioned in this article. I stand up for freedom of the press. I stand up for truth, justice, and the American way of life. I do not stand for corruption, unprofessionalism, and the gaming media being treated like slaves.

It is my hope that this new series of articles will spark the change we all need to see. The video game industry is in dire straits right now. I believe gamers are yearning for truth, and sick and tired of the propaganda, lies, and corruption. You can tell me if you believe I am right or wrong in that. Do you want to see the video game industry cleaned up? Do you want a better video game industry going forward? What say you?

God bless,
Paul Bury
Family Friendly Gaming


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