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i found it again and now it is REAL for us all (sandras Video)

Discussion in 'EA Land/The Sims Online Stratics Forums' started by HoTDeViL, May 1, 2008.

  1. HoTDeViL

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  2. Guest

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  3. It is remarkable to me that even after 4 years, both of these creations still have the ability to touch anyone that sees them. I'll never forget the first time I saw them and realized such thought provoking symbolism went into each movie.
  4. I remember these!

    *wipes tear*
  5. Thanks, HotDevil. That's the one I've been looking for lately. Waaaaaaaaa! I'm gonna cry.

  6. This video made me cry. PLEASE KEEP THIS GAME GOING.
  7. These little clips made me think about this one person I met here back in 2002 or 2003. Her name was Alicia. She married her sim love at my house in Calvin's Creek. We threw them a big party. A year later Alicia died of Cancer. We all cried and put up signs about her. I was armonia in CC. Just wonder if any of you remember that. We all had Star Trek houses. Mine was Voyager Skills. 7 of 9 had a Voyager logic house. We even had a sim friend Called Jon Luc. It is a sad day for a lot of us.

  8. Katiebeth

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    This video made me cry. PLEASE KEEP THIS GAME GOING.

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    Ditto [​IMG]
  9. brendagfrie

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  10. <blockquote><hr>

    i posted the video here.
    please help us all and sign up there too. maybe we have a chance to save our game


    and believe me, i couldnt keep my tears [​IMG]

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    OMG...*keeps wiping the tears away* That just opened my eyes to reality. Fantastic job on the video. [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG]
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    Another similar one ...

    Didn't affect me though. No... erm.... I just chopped up an onion, yeah thats it.

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    Another fantastic video. If I keep watching these i'm going to have to keep a box of tissue right next to me. [​IMG] [​IMG]
  12. I remember all of that.... *passes out the kleenex*
  13. This is the first time I have seen this video. It is hard to believe the end of an era is coming to so many of us. To know that behind each little sim, there is someone that is so much in love with this game and even though the game is coming to an end, (unless a Will Wright type miracle happens [​IMG]...) I am glad to pass on one happy note. Along with the cute little sim that I fell in love with during Beta testing 5 plus years ago, we are moving on to another game.

    Medano and Bright Star

    P.S. I have added this video to my favorites. Years from now, this game will still have its special place in my heart and this will keep the memories alive. I hope to see everyone again in a future game.
  14. Guest

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    All those games people going to...made me think. Those games weren't the first MMORG's. Who laid the groundwork for the "big guys" like SWG or WoW to follow? Who took a chance when the concept of online gaming was new? Sure there were a few things out there like Ultima or whatever...but what brought it into the mainstream?

    Twenty years from now, when historians begin to look back on the golden age of gaming, I hope they'll get it right when they ask who the true pioneers of MMORG's were.

    It was each and every one of us, right here.

    Being someone. Else. Online.
  15. Juliana

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    I haven't played TSO in about 2 years. I have kept 4 of my accounts active because they hold my memories of my wonderful times here. This was my first online game &amp; it will always be something special to me. I am heart broken that it wont be here, just for those times I want to peek in &amp; see what is going on. The videos were incredibly touching &amp; I think show how a lot of us are feeling with what is going on. Most of my friends left a long time ago &amp; I still miss them very much.