Remember when you first started playing RuneScape, it may have been in a high school computer lab, a college dorm room, or after school with your friends. One thing is for sure, a lot has changed since then, both in the game and in our lives. RuneScape and Runescape Gold grown up with us and has matured since the days of the beginning much the same way the community has. RuneScape 3 is like going from adolescence to adulthood. Evolution of combat, a new interface, and eventually HTML 5 is all changes that are bringing us to the age of the modern MMORPG. Many articles and forum posts have talked about this, but what I find fascinating is how it is aligning with a community that is maturing and getting older.
The evolution of combat is one of the most important updates to ever come to the world of RuneScape. It has been through growing pains and still remains among the most controversial of all updates. I liken it to leave home and going to college for the first time. Everything is pristine and it’s a bit frightening at first. Sometimes you even feel like packing it up and going home or in our case, old school runescape gold. However, you know it needs to be done and as you get used to it you can’t imagine ever thinking about quitting. The modern interface system is like when you have finally made it into your field. Now it’s just a matter of figuring out what works for you all the knowledge is already there. Finally, HTML 5 is visually stunning and, when it is implemented, will be like getting a pair of tickets to Las Vegas for your 21st birthday. Walking along the strip at night is a complete sensory overload, but it is an experience worth having. That is how it feels to enter the HTML5 beta. All of these updates are tremendously important to the maturing of the game, but have you considered the smaller changes that make the game enjoyable even now when our busy lives have put serious restrictions on our time?
It’s nice to know RuneScape is dynamic enough to keep pace with an ever-changing community. I love this game and the changes made to it in recent years have made it better, stronger and more in line with the changes gone through in life. May we all be playing this game well into our retirement. Till then happy to RuneScaping.