Seeing that it's been so long with Reflections since its staff has helped out Sumo Digital in creating D76, and being left with no information regarding the concept of Driver 4, I care no more at what this franchise has to offer. I did not like Driver 2, Driv3r, Driver: Parallel Lines, nor Driver 76, as well as the spin-off Driver titles. Also, I can't seem to find the ability to completely play through Driver: You Are The Wheelman, as the game freezes at a certain mission in the game (the same thing that is happening with my cousin's copy of the game at the last mission of the game), that I will probably not decide to play through the first game, nor will I decide to play through any of the other games.
Maybe, this time, Reflections will truly prove how worthy the Driver franchise is, or it just won't make that possible. But I'm clearly dried up of any kinds of a discussion, and I continue to realize how hanging around at a forums is not exactly a social way to spend one's time (talking to people, right beside you, such that you can actually see them, is the real way of socializing), and by noticing that I have a social disorder (the fright of speaking with others, face-to-face, about anything, except for only around friends and family), this says that I've wasted a lot of my own time. I cannot further have myself continue this. For a community forums still isn't something that will largely impact one's own life, nor does it give a huge % in the chance that a game developer will actually put together a game that is very close to what you were expecting and hoping for.
While I can't promise that I will leave, it is my hope that I will eventually have it be as my own decision, for I need to abandon and break many of my own bad habits (posting on forums being one of them), and I need to change in such ways that I can feel comfortable about myself, and such that I will actually help myself succeed better in life.
It even is a lot better sitting around and playing video games, rather than spending so much of your time posting about them, possibly not even knowing a certain video game throughout, enough that it seems foolish for an approach to a habit.
I have at least learnt better on how to speak with others, how to make arguements, how to spell and write grammar, and I have actually gotten respect a lot of times for how I've chosen to make my opinions, so I do not fully regret this decision that I've made to post on forums, but it still is something that I must move past.
In the end, I am very sure that many members on any forums in particular will feel the same way, knowing that they will have little else to say that is new, or fresh, or just that they will have already reached their limits in discussing things on forums--something that has happened to me.