Welp. This is going to be my day now. My only regret is that I don't have a flannel overshirt to throw on and some Dunkaroos to munch while I watch. Or a CRT TV to watch it on, for that matter. (I kinda like to go the extra mile when indulging my nostalgia)
I know that feeling very, very intimately, so believe me when I say that it's the wrong move. Hell, right now you've got a bunch of people you've never met that care enough to do everything in their power to make sure you're safe. Think about that for a minute; that's kind of amazing.
Let us help you. If not us, let somebody help you.
It's weird to me because when I think of Telltale, I think of their early days when juggling TWO games was a tall order. I haven't been active on their forums in years, but I have fond memories of how tight-knit everybody was, devs and fans both. Now they're growing at breakneck speed with bigger and bigger IPs, and while I'm not worried too much about quality, I am worried about Telltale losing that homegrown feel.
As hokey as it sounds, it's like seeing an old friend make it big and ditch their old life. You're happy for them and you love what they're doing, but you miss just hanging out.