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ToribashNEXT or WAS????
Once upon a time in the wild world of Steam, the legendary 'Toribash Next' finally emerged from the shadows after a decade of anticipation. Gamers, who had aged more waiting for this sequel than they had in real life, were ready for the next big thing.

Eager to relive the glory days of the original 'Toribash,' players plunged into the game with dreams of epic battles and physics-based mayhem. What they encountered, however, was a comedy of errors that made them question if the developers had been on an extended vacation for the past decade.

Negative reviews flooded in, creating a tsunami of disappointment. Players, once united in their anticipation, now found common ground in shared dissatisfaction. Steam forums transformed into a virtual graveyard of hope, with players paying their respects to the demise of 'Toribash Next.'

Blame fell squarely on the shoulders of the Administrator, ominously named 'Sir.' Rumors of 'Sir's' overpromising and underdelivering ways spread like wildfire, turning Steam forums into a virtual courtroom where 'Sir' was tried, convicted, and turned into the poster child for gaming failure.

Despite 'Sir's' promises of patches and updates, 'Toribash Next' became the punchline of gaming jokes, with recovery seeming more elusive than a noob's victory against a seasoned 'Toribash' veteran. The original game stood tall, a reminder of what passion and creativity could achieve, while 'Toribash Next' took its place as a cautionary tale of a decade-long letdown, a story that left players questioning life choices, the concept of time, and the qualifications of an administrator named 'Sir.'

The developers, realizing their creation had become a cautionary tale, desperately tried to salvage the sinking ship. They promised patches, updates, and even a sacrificial goat, but players were not buying it. 'Toribash Next' had become the punchline of gaming jokes, a cautionary tale told to aspiring game developers about the perils of over-hyping and under-delivering.

And so, in the tragicomedy of gaming, 'Toribash Next' faced an insurmountable challenge. The chance of recovery seemed more distant than a noob's chances of winning against a seasoned 'Toribash' veteran. The original game continued to stand as a testament to what could be achieved with passion and creativity, while 'Toribash Next' took its place as a cautionary tale of a decade-long letdown that left players questioning their life choices and the concept of time itself.
this fucking sucks
part of the uri-nation rateyourmusic
you clean your ears with a toothpick while listening to explosive diarrhea blood rectum metal
if it's a decade as chatgpt says (it was 6 years though), then 10 years in the joint made you a mobile game beta
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Reason: reopening Alcatraz
That was really bad sorry.
Someone tell me why this guy is highly respected by some people ???