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#32787 - 04/07/20 08:12 AM OSRS don't have anything fancy in term of UX
Mmoak2018 Offline

Registered: 08/15/18
Posts: 5
OSRS is the most underrated MMO masterpiece on the market. Regardless of what other games I try or stick to for 1 month or two, I return to Best OSRS Gold Site. The quest system is unique, you must do X quest to unlock Y component of the world, ability, weapon, shortcut, mechanic, transportation system, brand new magics, etc.. The combat and skilling can be really simple or complicated enought which you can either chill when viewing some videos/movies or alternative times participating in which you must time stuff perfectly to triumph or be efficient. The comunity is chiefly healthy aswell, the wilderness is an interesting idea, achievment diaries are just another depth and variety mechanic, the bossing and benefits, the RNG-based everything, clues, minigames such as barrows brothers and insect management. There still isn't an MMO that emulates this experience.

I would say that right now, a ton of MMO attempt to have AAA graphic and sacrifice depth. Or perhaps Runescape player. As it is simpler to hook more Runescape gamers on a loop that is less participating but more addicting. OSRS don't have anything fancy in term of UX and graphic and I suppose in the time it enabled them to add ton of things in Runescape match for very very cheap. It is still valid today, it must be cheap to maintain and update OSRS for Jaggex. On the flip side, ESO is like a TV Show that is good, it requires a lot of time, and a lot of money to generate a DLC. Because artists need to create a ton of new and complex artwork, VoiceOver, etc.THat's why my eyes are turned into Albion, it try to do a contemporary version of OSRS to an extent. They've an extremely generic world and are far from whatever AAA in term of picture, and I can see that it allow them to iterate quite fast on various systems. But it lack depth for the time being.

Albion will not be similar to runescape. Its match that is all so that it won't ever have the depth of Osrs. Albion has many world pvp cheese tactics like tank aoe pull-aoe spam. Its not that good of a game.Albion's thickness isn't any where close OSRS's, and with the huge focus on large guilds owning lands and the sole viable zones being all pvp 100 percent of the time...pass. I place a few months (weeks in game time) into Albion. It gets exhausting being under threat 100% of their time, and being a part of a major guild was fun at first before I did not actually have time to play Runescape sport anymore. It was all about CTAs and fighting for land.

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#33158 - 04/18/20 11:50 PM Re: OSRS don't have anything fancy in term of UX [Re: Mmoak2018]
LoyceSchoen Offline

Registered: 04/18/20
Posts: 5
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