If you don’t know, each weekend OAG holds an Open Discussion for you to participant in. This series covers a variety of topics, and 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.
Every Sunday brings a new Open Discussion, and each time one entry pops up it means whatever is on your mind can be displayed for the public to see; whether it be related to video games or other mediums. Furthermore, if you happen to stray off topic and wish to bring something unrelated to the table, you can do so.
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As for this week’s Open Discussion topic, it is about older games that you went back to play that you think still holds up to this day. These games can be from the 1980s all the way up to last-gen.
In addition to the above, when playing these older games, how do controls hold up? How are the graphics? How is the sound? Are the enemies set up correctly? And are these games still fun?
Remember, you don’t have to take part in this week’s Open Discussion if you don’t want to, but if you do want to elaborate on older games that you have been playing and how well they hold up as of today, you know what to do in the comment section below.
This week’s music comes from The Ultimate Doom (1) and is arranged/remixed by Andrew Hulshult: