I come back every couple of
years or so. Can not state anything holds my attention for too long, though. Genuinely feel terrible that mtx has become the most prominent feature when looking to do anything. A true shame how much potential rs3 could have to thrive over the forthcoming decade.Old head , quit a while ago. The only old minds left are individuals who don't play different games or MMO's, otherwise they would realise how crap this game is and the value for money they get from it's non-existent.
I realise this and will be joining you soon once I reach a couple closing objectives, but I havent paid real dollars to play with this match in years. And you're right, I play other games.I was nearly comped (that I still resent not performing ) but gave up as I couldn't bring myself to play the game no more and still can't bring myself to. I only log in quite occasionally to make some money by simply afking in a mobile (to swap to OSRS) and casually play a few OSRS, but mostly play and raid in WoW.
Would highly recommend checking out WoW (good time to get in and level after the new growth releases this autumn ) or FFXIV which is another top MMO but I am not a fan of the JRPG theme. This is so true it hurts.old head , no plans on leaving mind you I started in late 2006. When I do leave, it wont be to play another mmo.
I had been around until approximately a year and a half past, maxed my accounts, and havent logged back into rs3 since.I excused myself over one year ago. But then I inspect them and a number of them do not even have 1000 SP.Cosmetics are a sign of progression in MMOs, when you pervert this notion you invalidate player development and then kills engagement.
Why is it that you think RS3 bleeds players? Why do you think it has a third of Oldscape's playercount despite the later being mechanically painful to playwith? Since RS3 has killed any sense of authentic involvement and participant development and thus it fails to
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