When Prince Harry wants the game Fortnite banned.

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When there are so many games on the market,Prince Harry chose to target, and speak out about one game in particular. He is also known as Henry Charles Albert David,  Duke of Sussex, a member of the British royal family.
The game has become more popular in recent years, and more people know more about the game than they do about Prince Harry, and his British royal family. More people have played Fortnite than they're people in Britain.

The down fall for Prince Harry is the backlash of millions of people, that would tell him if  they could "you can't do that."

Web pages started to pop up all over the internet saying he can't do that, and some have supported what he has said but people have said things about video games years before he even uttered, the words. Harry thinks there is no benefit to having Fortnite, and the game is highly addictive. most people could compare some of prince harry's statements about the game to the monarchy rule, as in there is not any benefit to a monarchy rulership. When they're over 200 million registered players, or accounts I think prince harry' lost his battle of words, and should raise his white flag, because, 1 vs over 200 million, seems like a good fight to make, the worse of it the odds are against him. If he was a politician he could not even make it to the foot steps of a court house without help, based on the fights he wants to start with words. There is a higher  mathematical percentage that all those players, could take over Buckingham Palace with plastic spoons before Fortnite got banned. Some news should not be taken serious.

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Keep doing what you do best....living off tax payers money...leave the gaming to us!



For the record, I am not some hippy-dippy SJW snowflake. However, it appears to me that everybody seems to be forgetting that the Prince is a real-life battle-hardened war veteran. I seriously doubt that any war veterans out there see war as a game, especially those veterans still suffering from PTSD. I respect war veterans and If any war veteran has actually taken offense on account of the game's content or has concerns about the game triggering PTSD in certain types of gamers, rather than just laugh them off, stop to consider how the game can be made better.

(What we actually need is a war-based video game that actually depicts PTSD on and off the battlefield.)

Conversely, a better approach for this article would be to have interviews with other war veterans included to get their input on the subject. If the Prince's views are shared by all war veterans, then this is no joke. However, if his views are strictly his own... then take what he has said with a grain of salt.


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