by Jagex Ltd.

A Biased Review of One of The Oldest Massively Multiplayer Online Fantasy Games

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Jagex Ltd.

Release: RuneScape 2.2.4

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Last revision: Last week

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Runescape is a slowly dying game. It is very old and outdated. It was released 19 years ago, in 2001. Most of its current users are bots that try to make money in the game to sell for in real life money. If you are looking for a game to play with actual humans and a son trashed the economy, this game is not for you. It is also a grind fest, one of the first games to make you trade long hours to get too ridiculously high levels of achievement in a number of stats, including health and combat damage. This game was once very popular, being able to boast over 200 million accounts created and is the world's largest free MMORPG. (Massively Multiplayer Online Role Play Game) The graphics are ancient, and the game has no intention of ever upgrading to unity or anything of that caliber.

You can make a bot to make real world money and the game wont ban you if you are careful because if they banned you they would loose 75% or more player base.

  • Economy Reliant on Bot Farming
  • Most of the player base are bots
  • Exceptionally Long Grinds for Stats
  • Teaches one basic economy and trading
  • "Looking for Girlfriend"
  • Scam people out of money
  • Begging Haven
  • Long Time Spent For Little Entertainment Value
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