A Day of Remembrance

On this day, 10 years ago, the United States of America suffered the worst attack on U.S. grounds since the Pearl Harbor bombings. Today, we’ve decided to take the day off from video games to show our respect for those that we’ve lost in the terrorist attacks in New York City, Shanksville, PA, the Pentagon in Washington, D.C., and also for all of our armed forces members across the world, whether they’ve been killed, wounded, or thankfully still alive.

Instead of spending your time on video games, take today to relish your friends and family, and have a happy (and safe) celebration of your freedoms.

We’ll resume posting tomorrow, after the victory hangover has worn off. (I’m joking. Sort of.)

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