I will keep this as brief as possible. I've said all that needed to be said and I want nothing more to do with Archive Entertainment. What I will do however, is address one last issue.
Despite having contributed a 1000 USD donation (part of which was pulled directly out of my student financial aid) and seeing it completely gone by the following year, I no longer harbor hatred for the game or its developer. All I feel is a deep sense of longing and pity. That a game which was said to have almost caused the developer to commit suicide was to be scrapped so easily three years later is a testament to my foolishness as a consumer and Robby's inability to commit as a developer.
About two years ago, I convinced retsejnomis to leave the game since it was taking over his personal life. TheDarknessFury passed away reportedly from cancer a year later, and I am now holding down a part time tutoring job as a full time UC student.
Take it from me, multiplayer games are not worth this kind of time and emotional investment. In a world where people are defined only by images and text, the wishes we make for others are only taking a toll on ourselves. If the world's a book, we live on the period at the end of this sentence. Maybe one day I'll look beyond it, and I encourage others to do the same.
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