Open Discussion: March 18th, 2018
(Last Updated On: March 18, 2018)

The third Open Discussion for March has appeared. If you don’t know, this series is all about discussing old, current and new things happening around the world. You can post anything that you like about video games, movies, and TV shows and will face no censorship when doing so. This series of discussions changes every week, however it mainly focuses around video games.

Every Sunday a new Open Discussion appears on this site and raises a variety of topics and sometimes topics outside video game culture. In other words, this includes technology, interactive entertainment, politics and various mediums.

If a comment of yours has disappeared and cannot be seen by other commenters, please do let us know so that we can address the situation and restore your comment back. Additionally, like any other post on this site, no form of censorship will be applied, which means that you can talk about anything without facing any problems.

With that said, this Open Discussion is about the current games industry. What’s your thoughts on the current market, games that have come out in the past, games that are out now, games that are set to release, and about publishers and developers?

In addition to the above, you can discuss what you think of games as a service, games that do not feature service models, online games, and other titles that are not always online. Furthermore, you can also touch on what you think will help the games industry or if you think the games industry is fine where it is now.

As of course, and like any other Open Discussion, if you have something else on your mind and wish to share it you are free to post it up right here. This means that content unrelated to this very topic can be shared without being moved to another section or taken down.

The music track for this week needs no introduction. Just hit the play button and get swept away back to a time when Sega actually used to be respected in the gaming industry.


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