that's a good idea. a means to spend our points to have a trainer reopened or updated if it retired. Hopefully the CH guys will consider this.
maybe one day there will be awesomenauts 2 and then we can finally have a finished release of awesomenauts 1, but then they will probably update awesomenauts 1 over and over simply to put advertisements about awesomenauts 2 in it.. THOSE ARENT PATCHES.. it's ridiculous the kind of stupid crap that is done by developers in these patches, and there is zero quality control, so they use the buying public to test/fix their unfinished and broken games and patch them ad nauseum..
also, 'cheap little games' like this actually cost as much or more than AAA releases because they actually release all their content for the game over a year in DLC form where you pay 5 bucks here and there and before you know it, you spent 60 bucks on 'awesomenauts'...
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