This wasn't truly supposed to turn into the current discussion, but I mean hey, go for it. I honestly don't mind. I guess I get where you guys are coming from.
Actually, I know exactly where you are coming from. Maybe two years beyond that. When I played like, when I was ten/nine, gosh, that was awesome. I remember
literally smiling while I was playing. Our computer was in a corner, and I was home alone a lot (homeschooled \o/). But yeah, I loved it, playing made me happy for a few months, then matured, realized I was stupid, moved on. Came back, started playing again, New look on things after being able to formulate sentences that could be sensible. Hey, this game is pretty fun. There's not a lot of people on, and none of them are as awesome, or as team playing as anyone was back then.
But I'm not really the kind of guy who likes to focus on "back then". I like to think of now, and the future. And remember back then as good memories, and not much more. Now you guys probably have exhausted Trem, there's not much more there. I however, have some drive left. I still get a tinge of smile when I kill someone as a dretch. Using the jetpack and the mass driver makes me chuckle. These are things that I don't think will go away. I loved Trem, I love Trem, And I will continue to enjoy it, for as long as I see fit. Power to you if you've decided otherwise. I'm pretty fun at playing Trem.
One thing that I don't get that you guys keep saying "I won't play unless there's a lot of people on". I like 1 vs 1, 2 vs 2. even if I'm spectating, and theres someone interesting to talk to, I don't mind. However, these are [i]my[i] views on playing. You guys played with a lot of people, on a specified type of game. I get how it's hard to go back from that. I just like the feeling of nostalgia I get when playing it, and I like how people that don't even know each other, or that do, can work together well. Or fall apart and insult my mother. I dunno, I guess. . . I just like the feeling. (sorry for the wall of text
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