Open Discussion: January 26th, 2020

The latest Open Discussion has arrived as of January 26th. This series on OAG allows anyone to write up anything that comes to mind in the comment section, which can be about video games, movies, events or anything. As per usual, this Open Discussion, like many other pieces on this site, will not actuate any form of censorship.

Anyone looking for a place to share something that may be of interest will find that the Open Discussion, which appears every week on OAG, allows for all types of discussions. The Open Discussion series enables readers to participate and engage in a variety of topics without any restrictions.

Moreover, the Open Discussion series also features specific topics to partake in if you can’t think of anything to jot down. If you do not want to partake in the Open Discussion and wish to change the subject to something that you feel is more interesting/pressing, feel free to do so.

As for this Open Discussion, this week is about various companies like the National Health Service (NHS) urging the games industry to do something about mental health/illness.

Multiple initiatives, even like Healthy China 2030, are linking gaming as a form of mental illness much like the survey website do-i-play-too-much-videogames.com or the World Health Organization (WHO).

With all of that said, what do you think of all of this? Does it bother you, or do you ignore it because it’s just noise?

Like any other Open Discussion, if you have something else on your mind and wish to share it, you are free to post it up right here. This means that content unrelated to this very topic can be shared without being moved to another section.

This week’s music “Give Me A Break” comes from Guilty Gear Xrd a.k.a Sol Badguy’s theme:

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