I'm really feeling it!
I'm really feeling it!
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So . . . Recently, a friend of mine got RDR. Fun stuff. We hopped on a little while back to give it a shot, and I was kinda wondering . . . how many people still play that game? We had some connection issues, so we hopped off after a while of doing nothing. It was a very anticlimactic way to spend my time in Escalera, after not having played the game since GTA:O launched back in early October. It was kinda sad, even . . seeing the game that unpopulated. A few weeks prior to that, I had a friend over, and we were playing Army Of Two. We hopped onto the Online mode jokingly, wondering if there were still people who played it after so long. And lo and behold, about 64 players nationwide were shooting each other mindlessly just as we were that very same moment. Just 64 other players. It was pretty crazy. So, I was thinking . . . remember any games you used to play back in the day that just totally kept you coming back for more? Every day? Games where you used to hang out with friends and kill time on weekends, or lazy nights? Games that have been deemed obsolete and then abandoned? Yea. If you could bring back any one of those games from the dead, which would it be? I don't see why we can't have any more RDR nights together here on TAY. But I certainly can't play RE: Outbreak anymore :I

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