The first April Open Discussion has arrived and offers you the opportunity to talk to others about anything. Like any other Open Discussion, anyone can write whatever down in the comment section whether it be about video games or another medium and will face no censorship.
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The topic at hand for this week’s Open Discussion is about developers. Do you think they are treated badly? Do you think they are treated well? How do you feel when developers talk down to fans or publish their gratitude toward supporters? Do you think devs should be more vocal about both common things and complex industrial work or no?
In other words, what’re your thoughts on developers having to deal with simple/extreme working conditions, tolerant/intolerant publishers and bosses, and their ideas on exclusive deals and releasing games on different platforms and storefronts?
like every other Open Discussion, you don’t have to stay on topic meaning that you can bring up other stuff in the comment section below.
This week’s music selection is Kavinsky’s “Odd Look”, which is a great throwback to the classic 1980s entertainment style. Feel free to share your music below.