I feel sorry for all those kids out there playing runescape. They don't realise how much time is lost ie. 5 hours per day continuously pressing one
button over and over again to build up stats. I guess the smart ones are the ones that download macros, or eventually loose interest in the game.
Never played the game myself, but when I played Guildwars there were always people trying to sell their accounts (possibly false.) But my point is
that they obviously didn't like it anymore so I'd never play it because it's probably awfull.
I played runescape, but only for 1 hour and a half, but that’s it I didn’t get the game at all… I felt lost, no one to guide me… my bro used
to play it like CRAZY and got my other cousins to play, and they too got addicted to it!
As everyone here says, the graphics sucked big time! Moreover, it lags a lot!!! I still want to give it a try, only to tease some of the other players
I've played a lot of MMO's i'll be honest, and for the best part i enjoy them ( Worst one is WoW by a mile, the game is fool of kids with names
like RoBOKillahXX, who jump around shout 'ROFL ELVS R GAY ROFL') But i have this one mate from the pub, who totally loves runescape because it's,
I played runescape for 4 years.One of the best games because i loved the Player Killing in it.I also had a clan and had our own clansite to discuss
future pkin trips and clan wars.Pkin kept me playing that game but i have quit it now.
I use to get my runescape pkin cash by buying it from mmorpg-shops online because i didnt wana waste time cutting wood and fishing shrimps.
What made me quit is that they have got rid of propa Pkin now and stopped people buying mmorpg-gold to play the game.They say its unfair to other
So its really bad now because theres nothing to do except chooping up wood.Feel sorry for the new players who joined recently and dont have an idea
about pkin. jagex killed it!
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