The latest Open Discussion has arrived. Each and every weekend OAG holds an Open Discussion that covers a wide variety of topics. These topics consist of movies, conventions, politics, TV shows and, of course, video games.
Every Sunday comes a new Open Discussion, and each time one entry pops up it means that whatever is on your mind can be displayed for the public to see; whether it be related to videos games or other mediums. furthermore, if you happen to stray off topic and wish to bring something unrelated for others to see you are more than welcome to do so.
Seeing that this Open Discussion is the first one posted in September it will continue to keep the consistency going like every post on this very site, any comment will be approved and will not face any form of censorship. If WordPress or tricky Disqus holds your comment captive or censors it, please do shoot us a message and we will restore your comment.
As for this week’s Open Discussion topic it revolves around video game tutorials. Some games strike up a quick concise tutorial that offers a nice guide that informs you how to play but lets you be you during a mission, quest or segment in a game. Looking over to another side of the coin, some video games stretch tutorial sequences out and can make a part feel like a real drag.
Remember, you don’t have to participate, meaning that you can bring up whatever may be interesting that you might have found around and about your daily business.
Oh, since we’re on the topic of tutorials, I need help with a stage. I got past the level “Avenger” and happen to be stuck on another stage and need some advice for “Group Collective.” I’m trying to get to the level “Infection,” if you could be kind enough to share how to beat the level it’ll be more than appreciated.
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