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Re: Bringing us back together

Posted: 05 Sep 2015, 14:39
by Usambara
Ooo that purple on purple-ish stuff up top ... wowzers.

Re: Bringing us back together

Posted: 06 Sep 2015, 09:47
by aquilae
Nice work Wastey, looks good bro.

Re: Bringing us back together

Posted: 06 Sep 2015, 18:07
by WasteGate
aquilae wrote:Nice work Wastey, looks good bro.

Thanks mate, hopefully it generates some interest back in to SC :D

Re: Bringing us back together

Posted: 08 Sep 2015, 23:56
by Rexor
can u add me on steam? user is tomxlr8. I might jump on tf2 one day if someone is around.

Re: Bringing us back together

Posted: 14 Sep 2015, 16:27
by WasteGate
Rexor wrote:can u add me on steam? user is tomxlr8. I might jump on tf2 one day if someone is around.

Can't find a user matching that name. Add me as a friend and I should be able to add you then. http://steamcommunity.com/id/wast3gat3/

Re: Bringing us back together

Posted: 15 Mar 2016, 16:11
by Kaidagar
Checking in Guys, the forums seem very quiet for the last while. Is SC still involved in the gaming front? I still play WoW, along with my wife still and brothers (myself, my wife and sardius were all in SC). We also play heroes occasionally. I'm looking forward to Overwatch in the near future. Anyone still playing anything?

Re: Bringing us back together

Posted: 21 Jun 2016, 22:56
by Forath
Time for a class reunion?

Re: Bringing us back together

Posted: 07 Aug 2016, 21:49
by Chrien
In what though? SC's rise and dare I say fall really mirror's that of MMOs. It grew slowly with Anarchy Online (I think? I wasn't there), became fully formed with SWG then exploded in WoW and since then has fragmented and diminished as no game has emerged to dominate the genre.

I personally just started playing WoW again for the first time since 2010, but if I'm still playing in 6 months I'll be stunned.

Re: Bringing us back together

Posted: 17 May 2017, 21:21
by Forath
Come play BDO Chrien, you'll love it, ask Secro, its his favourite fishing sim of all time.

Crowfall and Ashes of Creation next year might see a surge of interest.