The last March Open Discussion is here. If you have no idea what this series is about, know that discussing old, current, and new things happening around the world is more than accepted. 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 discussion changes every week, but mainly focuses on video game culture.
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With all of that said, this Open Discussion is about video games that you are playing during this time. Given that the state in certain counties, states, or countries — due to the coronavirus — some places have taken measures that have affected the flow of everyday life.
With that said, have you been playing more video games? Are you playing less? If you are playing games, are you chipping away at your backlog or are you exploring new titles?
If you have something else on your mind and wish to share it on this Open Discussion board, you are free to post it up here. This means content or stuff unrelated to what you are playing/doing can be shared without being moved or taken down.
This week’s music comes from Gauntlet 4. As heard on the first level “Fire” and dubbed “Sortie,” the following track is composed by Hitoshi Sakimoto using his custom sound driver back in 1993 for the Sega Genesis/Megadrive: