VETERANS-GAMING is celebrating 10 Years of COOP Gaming! For the last ten years, VG has been proud to host our servers and website for so many COOP gamers and teamwork focused players, and we are thrilled to be a home away from home for anyone looking for a casual place to hang out and play games with friends! It's been a long road and many people have come and gone over the years, some even come back after awhile, happy to see their old stomping grounds still filled with the best COOP gamers and games, and with plenty of Bots ready to give a fight and to eat some virtual lead! We hope you all will stay with us through the next ten years, and on! Long live VETERANS-GAMING!!
Hello. I dont usually post on the internet much, but here I go. When I met him on PR he was still carrying his old name. He told me after a few rounds of gaming that he was a veteran himself dealing with PTSD, trying to quench it by playing this game. We have had countless of good times playing in Hater squads. He always would choose the medic, and sometimes when he revived me, I would tell him "Thank you dad" jokingly. He would brush it off with his unique laugh and keep going, saving his buddies. Never has an online death hit me like this, since we were playing in the same squad for pretty much 2 years. And Vincent seemed to be dealing with his problems like all of us do at times. I can only emphasize what ZZANG wrote. I have thought about killing myself more than one time in my life, but never has it been worth it to actually do it. Life is just too precious. And you only got one. One of the last conversation I had with him was about him going somewhere out of state and trying to renovate an old house of a wartime buddy of his. He wanted to sell it to some retired veterans fund. I told him what a good deed that would be. Should have asked how he was. Ruhe in Frieden Vincent, du warst einer von den Guten. Wir sehen uns hoffentlich auf der anderen Seite.