The third June Open Discussion is here and offers the opportunity to talk to other individuals. Like any other Open Discussion, anyone can write anything that crosses their mind whether it be about video games or another medium. Like any other post on this site, this Open Discussion doesn’t stand for censorship.
If you are looking to post up something that you may have found interesting in your day or around something gaming related, then the Open Discussion that appears every Sunday on OAG might be for you.
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As for this week, this Open Discussion is about what type of settings do you prefer in video games: Realistic Settings (something that strives to mimic real life), Plausible Settings (something that you know isn’t real but handles itself like it’s believable), or Fantasy Settings (something that’s out of this world or not found in real life)? You can even talk about mixed settings that you prefer to explore or what settings are irksome.
Remember you don’t have to participate in this Open Discussion, meaning that you can start your own conversation if you want.
This week’s soundtrack comes from Duck Tales Remastered, and it’s the moon theme remix.
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