Was it exciting? Just a small bit

  • Perhaps not the best upgrade ever buy RS gold, but not the worst. They have space to improve. I loved the story content, the graphic upgrade of this desert (they widened the River Elid eventually; we want that for many rivers in the game) and the town itself, as well as the fact that it's a wonderful skilling hub for mid-range players (Prifddinas remains the greater heartbeat for higher-level players), but the faction system restricts players from playing the content they want. Instead of pacing the participant since I believe they were hoping to perform, it merely restricts the player in a bothersome way.I've seen a lot of upgrades in my 13 years of playing RS, and there have been worse ones. However, they can do better and I hope they require player feedback into account for another expansion in September.

    I was marginally interested in this"new" area... after catching a headline hinting on the world wide web so I was attracted to the article above.

    After reading it however, it seems to me that few hard core specifics are really given other than it's visually stunning. Well whoop-dee-dooo! If that's true, those running the show at Jagex have definitely whiffed at still another pitch for yet another strike. We have seen visually striking or even magnificent before... over a decade ago... but with content that is not really entertaining, WHAT'S THE POINT?!?

    The article itself made me think of yesteryear when Dungeoneering came out. Was it fresh? Yup. Was it exciting? Just a small bit. Can it be cool? That all depended on who you were speaking to at any given moment however most folks weren't impressed with it whatsoever after a short period once the reality of this skill sunk in. Amount 120? Dungeoneering itself? It turned out to be only a pain in the ass way of getting a few new items and oh yes, it took a great deal of hours to get it done!

    What it really amounted to once I looked at it, played with it and saw what was entailed... was that skill was nothing more than a"skill" put into position so as to give all the obsessive/compulsives something to do after they'd completed everything else to perform under the RS sun. Would you say... level 120 anyone?!? The fear at the time was that amount 120 was likely to become the new standard for many skills but for those of us who were sane and exercised common sense logic, we saw nothing more than an empty shell with a fantastic paint job.

    Let's face it... dumb clicking to runescape 2018 level up some abilities to 99 was bad enough but if you wanted it all then that's exactly what you did. Besides getting some items to flaunt like capes and the like... titles... yada-yada-yada... being on the top page of the hi-scores table... or about the respective skills tables meant you're"the top" and should be worshipped. Or at least be highly thought of. Adults knew it was just hours of your real life invested in a game clicking away ad nauseam. Anyone remember Zezima worship? I sure as hell do and that I still hate that man's name after all these years! I saw him in a bank ONE SINGLE TIME back around 2006 and it was pitiful! OMG times three!! Get a lifetime nooblets!