If you are playing an MMORPG for a long time - say 15 years - it will become a part of your life; whether you want playing by yourself or becoming an active participant of the community. RuneScape is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year and RS Gold , though there were some high points including for instance, the Elder God Wars dungeon and Azzanadra's Quest - there were also bad moments, like an account lockout. Login Lockout.
But, I do believe that RuneScape has the ability to reach its 30th anniversary in light of how the smartphone and Steam version have brought the game to a new market. I'll be there for any new adventure, particularly when they feature penguins or some sort of rework to the Construction skill and, if I'm in need of some time off, I can come back anytime to Old School RuneScape.
You could play a game for a thousand hours, but it doesn't mean that you'll love it. We've all seen the meme of someone writing a negative Steam review with over 5000 hours in their account. Let's face it that's not an ingenuous idea anymore.
I've dug hundreds of minutes into Fallout 4, and I might have played about five. The rest was just an expectation of entertainment, thanks to that bloody 'kill loot, return' game loop tricking my brain into believing it was enjoying itself. I've read what you've all said about Skyrim - and how you've been re-visiting it again. It's pathetic, all of us.
However, what about old School RuneScape? I have no idea. It's usually easy to spot one of these timesink games They consume your life and then you complain about it on the internet. However, RuneScape is different. If I'm not playing, I'm not sure if I have an opinion on the game. I can hear the music in my brain, and feel a pull bringing me back to the music. It was discovered that it was using a mobile phone was a mishap. My family hasn't spoken to me in the past few days.
RuneScape was among the trailblazers: a game which is solely focused on engaging with OSRS Buy Gold, which doesn't necessarily need to go hand-in-hand with enjoyment. It's not that the two are mutually exclusive but it does mean that there are strategies to play even when you're not having amusement.