Open Discussion: January 19th, 2020

The third Open Discussion for January is here. If you don’t know, this series is all about discussing old, current, and new things happening around the world. You can post up anything about video games, movies, politics, and TV shows and will face no penalty or censorship when doing so. This series of discussions changes every week, but mainly focuses on video game culture.

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With all of that said, this Open Discussion is about the new wave of delays hitting big and small games alike. Not too long ago, many publishers and developers came forth to announce that games releasing in Q1 or Q2 are no longer set for that time-frame and will debut at a much later date in 2020.

Moreover, games affected by delays consist of Final Fantasy VII Remake, Marvel’s Avengers, Cyberpunk 2077, and Marvel’s Iron Man VR — I might be missing one or two games, but I think you get the gist.

If you have something else on your mind and wish to share it on this Open Discussion, you are free to post it up here. This means that content or stuff unrelated to delays can be shared without being moved or taken down.

This week’s music is Guile’s theme from Super Smash Bros. Ultimate: