Hey all! My friend Pfaff recently made a video about our friend group’s experiences with this wonderful game. He really poured his heart and soul into it and when I watched it, I legitimately cried. My “Minecraft friends” have become so much more to me. We all try to see each other in real life as often as we can, and as many of us will be graduating high school soon we are even planning on living with one another after high school! They are the best friends I’ve ever had and I made them because of this game. This game brought us together and in doing so, it has totally changed the course of my life. If you could give my friend some support it would be much appreciated. So thank you all, but most importantly thank you Minecraft!
The Minecraft Community has changed significantly.
I too, miss the old days where things just felt so different. I too long for the nostalgic heart breaking, passion-seeking and utmost satisfaction me.
It's all different now and times are moving fast. Before I knew it, those summer nights and winter days of fun with friends and a community that was unique were years ago.
No longer do I see my friends that had joined long ago or the people I met along the way on our adventures.
My only hope is that people in the future cherish their moments with the game, where friendships are not sailed and the sense of comfort and hopefulness are not diminished.
I too agree, the feelings that are longed for are still there, but it will not remerge unless something is done to spark it back again. Some things will never return or revert to the way they were, but what matters is what we can bring back and cherish before it too can no longer continue. And here with my friends in mind, I hope I can play with again.
It is strained and some way or another, we all have atmosphere or feeling we miss, so let us find it and bring it back.
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