The last April 2019 Open Discussion is here for you, meaning that you can offer your findings and thoughts for others to see. This series on OAG allows anyone to write down anything that comes to mind, where information written down can be about video games or other news of interest. Like any other piece on this site, this Open Discussion doesn’t promote censorship.
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As for this week’s topic, it is about video games and politics. Do you think politics and can be in video games without being distasteful or do you think otherwise? In other words, can politics be in video games and bring an interesting perspective or do you feel that politics should be left out of video games?
Like any other Open Discussion, you can change the subject to something else or you can discuss politics in games.
This week’s music is Command & Conquer: Red Alert 2’s Hell March theme: