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Cordova, TN; April 17, in the year of our Lord 2017-- Family Friendly Gaming, the industry leader in covering the family friendly video games is focusing on a question involving the video game industry. This question specifically targets Microsoft, and the Xbox One. When will Microsoft catch up? Nintendo innovated off screen video game play with the Wii U. Then Oculus Rift came along and gave Personal Computer (PC) gamers the off screen play option. After that came the Playstation 4 VR which has given PS4 gamers the off screen play option. Finally Nintendo has continued the off screen play availability with the Nintendo Switch. Microsoft has been crickets chirping when it comes to off screen video game play. Why?

Please note Microsoft did not immediately respond to inquiries from Family Friendly Gaming on when they would catch up on the off screen video game play option. I suspect they know there are in last place when it comes to this particular video game feature. I am not sure why either. Microsoft has made some amazing innovations like the Kinect. Family Friendly Gaming has realized how cool off screen play is. We can get more done on the same television than ever before. More people can be playing more games at the same time. Doesn’t Microsoft notice this? Is Microsoft listening? Will they have something ready with off screen video game play function this Christmas?

Microsoft has had the time to catch up to their competition. Why are they sitting in the dust watching their competitors get farther and farther away? When will they take their foot off the brake, and move it over to the gas? In case you need some help Microsoft – it is the pedal on the right side (the far right side). Is Microsoft too far left to catch up? Is Microsoft trying to leap frog their competition like they did with motion controls to the full skeleton control system of the Kinect? It would be nice if Microsoft would speak up to Family Friendly Gaming Universe? We are listening to them. Maybe sometime between Easter and Christmas they will find a way to let us know what they are doing and thinking.

God bless,
Paul Bury
Family Friendly Gaming


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