Old School Runescape has been known as a community based MMORPG. What does that mean? It means that the insights of players or community are important and Jagex, Old School Runescape’s publisher, takes note of those. Usually, changes made (or not made) in the game are because of what the players think best for the game. That’s not the case though recently. Players are too attached to the old status of Old School Runescape. Heck, they do not even want to play the new version of Runescape which is Runescape 3. I would understand if they are concerned with their OSRS Gold that it is hard to let go of the game but no, I think it is because of they just don’t want change.
OSRS Gold: Joke
It is so obvious that the community or the general population of Old School Runescape does not want change in the game. Let the game just be the game like it was in 2007 because that is where it was best. I do not think it is wrong to keep it that way. I am just concerned with just that the game would not feel so fresh anymore. Come to think of it, it has been nine years. There has to be something new right. There were little tweaks, here and there, yes. But the reaction of people regarding these changes were hilarious. “It wasn’t supposed to be that way” or “damn you Jagex for doing this or that.”
It is like they are allergic to change. They are stuck in 2007. We all get the nostalgic feel and all that but come on. Game is outdated. Balancing is needed. So deal with those. The OSRS players are so known with this attitude that there was a post in Reddit that joked about it. The joke:
Cashier: “Your total is $9.73” OSRS Player searching through wallet for exact amount Cashier: “You know you can just hand me $10, and I’ll give you back the remainder” OSRS Player: “No thanks, I hate change”
Funny and right on point! LOL! I would buy OSRS Gold for more jokes like this. What did it mean? I don’t know. LOL!