“Even if it those bugs were true features, the grid-based and ability-less nature of the combat system cuts out a number of the tactical elements of other MMO combat systems with cheap OSRS gold. There is no positioning. There is no build variant or counter play options. You do not even need to learn to use a rotation. You fight with one guy stand in one place, and find out who can click through an inventory menu. You are also required to craft or buy consumables inorder to stand a chance. There’s not any level climbing, so unless you are near max level, whichever player has grinded for longer will always triumph.” So your view of this is just handed down to you from someone 28, again, you could not have undergone PVP at much of an extreme.If your bank isnt over 100m people pretending to be people , iron men who think you do everything wrong, and noobs. Played OSRS for about two years total on and off and though I love the game, the neighborhood is among the worst of any online game and tbh it seems like everybody is competing to 1-up each other instead of like the game.While I haven’t played Runescape in more than a decade, I certainly could not recommend it. If you believe Korean MMO’s suck because they are nothing but enormous grindfests (and they are) then you will surely hate Runescape. Doing and leveling skills takes ages is incredibly dull. For instance, need to level your skill that is firestarting? You get to sit clicking on logs on your inventory. That is it and it will take hundreds upon hundreds of hours to come close to maxing the skill. Want to level your fishing? Well, go click to fish, to a fishing place, and see you inventory gradually fill up. Dump your stock and repeat for another 500 hours.
That is the kind of garbage you’ll spend 90% of this game doing. Meanwhile, battle consists of seeing a battle play out where you have no real control that is meaningful and clicking on a enemy. If you’re feeling especially frisky, you may use some healing items.Really? Can I log on right now and do these so called boss battles? Or do I have to pay a penance in the shape of countless hours of clicking on items in my stock and clicking on enemies and clicking on items in the world while the game does most of the actual work? Unless they completely revamped the match, I’m guess the latter. Games don’t deserve credit for participating boss battles if they bury them below hundreds of hours of tedium, or enticing raids. TheLazyPeon cites Warframe at Runescape and everybody is better off playing because it’s. . .you know. . .actual gameplay that includes the participant instead of simply watching and clicking animations play out.
Please do not defend poor and boring games by claiming that people who point out their faults just have to have constant action to amuse them. Each press earns 1 exp to you and it requires 1 billion exp to hit the level cap. Sorry friend, but there is nothing profound, cerebral or challenging about clicking a button and then sitting while a choppy animation plays out for hundreds of hours on end. You just have standards.
Because these kinds of games are based more on grind instead of actual substance, In terms of the MMORPG genre as a whole, it’s dying. Once people get bored and they begin to see the strings supporting the Skinner Box, the illusion is broken as well as the games are no longer enjoyable with old school rs gold. People and they play with much because they are entertaining but because they are addictive for reasons similar to slot machines are addictive. The truth is that people still play Runescape is not performing the genre any favors.