Each weekend OAG holds an Open Discussion for you to participant in that covers a wide variety of topics. If you happen to be into movies, conventions, TV shows and, of course, video games, the Open Discussion series covers all of the above and then some.
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As for this week’s Open Discussion topic, it is about old games of the 1980s, 1990s, and 2000s getting remakes. As seen during this E3, Final Fantasy VII Remake, Destroy All Humans Remake, and Seiken Densetsu 3 Remake (Trials of Mana) are a thing. Earlier this year, Resident Evil 2 Remake launched across PC and home consoles, but with all of that said do you think more games need remakes or no?
Remember, you don’t have to take part in this week’s Open Discussion, but if you want to elaborate on remakes and if older games should be revived into the 21st century, you know what to do in the comment section below.
This week’s music selection is Epoch’s Formula.