There are a lot of MMORPG’s out there and some you haven’t heard of. When you encounter an unheard title of the game, you tend (at least I) to search for it, read upon on what the game is all about or even go to Youtube to watch some game reviews made by people on that unfamiliar game. Another is to ask people who are already playing the game or knowledgeable about it.
You research on a game that you know or play but curious on what people think about it is another conversation. Like Old School Runescape, I know the MMORPG but what do people who play the game think about it? Let us find out.
Old School Runescape Gold: Inquiry
A poster from Reddit named PrinceMcGiggle sparked my curiosity with his inquiry:
“I can understand how someone would find Runescape from 2007 interesting, maybe they don’t like all the new updates and stuff. What I do not understand is what is the allure when they are constantly updating it and adding features? That isn’t “old school” any more, its just Different Runescape. Is there some set of parameters on “Old School” that allows for some update types and not others? Would love to hear people’s opinions.”
I would say the same exact like this reply from watuphomi. He is on point with this reply:
“Different people prefer different things.
I don’t know for sure but I can imagine someone who played logs in to oldschool RS for the first time probably has a lot more of an idea of what’s going on than once they first login to RS3, which is understandable, there’s been a lot more radical changes to RS in the past few years than old school.
I’d imagine the allure isn’t actually that it’s oldschool, as much as it is that a player may understand old school more, and remember it as enjoyable. Therefore the changes are minimal, even if it isn’t quite oldschool anymore.
Just my thoughts on it is all.”
There are more replies to PrinceMcGiggle’s post. Will post more of them and discuss the topic deeper on the succeeding article/s.