When it comes to my time with Terraria I've overall enjoyed my time and have been around since the original console release and have been a console player throughout my entire time playing the game. I remember trying the game out on the Xbox Arcade as a demo and it being one of the first games I ended up buying on there alongside Castle Crashers and Minecraft. For a while I played almost religiously and would research about the game a lot in order to figure out how to do this and that, and what bosses should be fought and how to fight them. My first time beating the Wall of Flesh was a ride, probably about three concentrated hours of effort on a school night, and I ended up finally winning at about two to three in the morning, but it was all worth it since I had finally made it to hardmode... And then promptly died to a possessed armor. I had also played a lot with my sister on PlayStation and she surprisingly really enjoyed Terraria as she normally doesn't like video games. One of my favorite memories is playing the game with her within the first week of 1.3 coming out for PlayStation and fighting the Moon Lord with my side of splitscreen not working at all and using her screen to fight the Moon Lord, of course I still wasn't so good at the game that I didn't die repeatedly doing so haha, but she survived long enough each time that we eventually whittled Moon Lord down. I even remember times where I'd go to school and leave my console on to farm meteor heads when that was a strategy for biome keys/molds, which in hindsight probably means I might've despawned some molds/keys. After the 1.3 fiasco started settling down three friends of mine and I eventually made a world and each of us playing a specific class, although the friend running summoner was basically playing magic with some summoning as summoner wasn't the greatest. I remember getting a crimson key in that same world after my friend running melee had spend nearly six hours trying to get one while I was just passing through. We've played through the game several times other than that world, and I usually hosted them so I still have the worlds saved. We just last year tried to do an expert world starting from scratch, and we actually did make it into hardmode, however my friends stopped playing due to how frequent sandstorms and blizzards are currently on console, and our world has deserts on both sides, so we have to spend a lot of trouble and time just traversing through the deserts. I did make a sky bridge to circumvent that issue, but they've decided they don't wish to play until 1.4 comes out on console. I really do love Terraria and all the memories it's given me and despite my negativity in some posts I really do appreciate the game being around for as long as it has and hope the best for everyone involved in its creation.