My diaries are still filled with notes about my latest RuneScape successes, particularly when I'm able to acquire a brand-new skilling pet, but it's necessary to share the space with little meditations on how I've played the Indie Games I've played, as well as some rants about my absence of Log Stool recipes that I can make myself in Animal Crossing: New Horizons OSRS Gold. I'm working on my list of things I'd love to do in RuneScape over the next few years.
I'd like to work on my Dungeoneering abilities (unlikely) and then rework my money pit of a home. I might even finally get around to doing one of the Salt in the Wound quest One time I had a desire for this quest, until a person told me about a particular pillar, in case you know. Since then I've never had the motivation to go after it, but maybe 2022 will be the year.
If you are playing an MMORPG for an extended period of say, 15 years it's a big an integral part of you, whether you prefer playing by yourself or becoming an active participant in the community. RuneScape celebrated its 20th anniversary in 2018 with some notable events like in particular the Elder God Wars dungeon and Azzanadra's Quest However, there were negatives, like being locked out of your account. Login Lockout.
Yet, I believe RuneScape has the strength to be able to celebrate its 30th anniversary because of the way the Mobile and Steam version has brought it to a whole new set of players. I'll certainly be watching for the next adventures, particularly ones that feature penguins. some sort of rework to the Construction skill and, if I'm in need of an afternoon break, I can always go back to Old School RuneScape.
You could play a game for 1,000 hours, however that doesn't mean you enjoy the game. We've all seen that popular meme of someone giving an unflattering Steam review, with more than 5000 hours of gameplay. But let's be honest that's no longer the case anymore.
I've invested hundreds of hour into Fallout 4, and I may have enjoyed about five hours. The remainder was just the promise of entertainment, with the bloody "kill, loot and return' loop tricking my stupid brain into believing it was having fun. I've read what you've all said about Skyrim and you've returned to the game again. We're all a bit pathetic, us.
And old School RuneScape? I don't know. It's generally easy to recognize the games that are time-sink and how they eat up your time and then you complain about it online. But RuneScape is different. When I'm not playing, I still don't really have an opinion about it. I simply hear the music in my mind, and feel a pull to return to it osrs pure accounts. I realized that the music was playing an error on my phone. My family hasn't heard from me for weeks.