Each weekend OAG holds an Open Discussion for you that covers a wide variety of topics. If you happen to be into movies, conventions, TV shows and, of course, video games, this Open Discussion covers all of the above and then some.
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As for this week’s Open Discussion topic, it is about Chinese companies like Tencent buying stakes in various developers and the possibility of something like “Healthy China 2030” seeping over to other countries.
In addition to the above, what’re your thoughts on companies that have ties with Tencent like Kowloon Nights, which happens to be funding games like GodFall, Scorn, and The Darwin Project? Also, what do you think of ChangYou, a company that happens to be over the Chinese version of Warframe (best known as Galactic Armor)?
Remember, you don’t have to take part in this week’s Open Discussion, but if you want to elaborate on your thoughts on companies bending over backward to receive funding from the big red country, you know what to do in the comment section below.
This week’s music selection features both Kim Wu’s old and new themes from Killer Instinct.