When a game has good graphics

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I wish he didn't block the conversation window so I might see what was happening on better:D seemed really complex to me because I did not understand what they were performing but I did not find any effect on their hp while they had been doing it... then a wall looked like its own fortnite. It might just be my prejudice from actually playing cheap OSRS gold, but feels just like OSRS is more easy to comprehend... with its claydoh style graphics and what actually being represented with ingame animations, so you can tell someone is hitting someone else, or even casting a spell. But seems like in UO you need to go more during a duel? If you are piling using a weapon that has a missile rate in order to do harm otherwise 2 melees just stand next to each other, in OSRS it just matters.

Funnily enough, OSRS has a reputation of being full of inept man-children, but is probably the MMO in the marketplace where it's easiest to interact outside of group content, and the mill is a big part of that. PVMing meta is unlimited.

Its not only Runescape that throws people off due to graphics. It any old game regardless of gameplay or not. It is just sad that people will throw off the chance to play great games that will teach you not only the fundamentals of game design but also to know more of what actually makes a fantastic game.

When a game has good graphics, good, more power to it, but what any sport development's key focus ought to be is focusing on gameplay. If you put more development on graphics and less on gameplay, then I don't care how many people believe the sport is"great", it is bad. Vice versa for graphics, and if you honestly believe a match is good because its images look great even though the gameplay is shit, then your view honestly does not matter to buy RS gold. you get rewarded for the grind however, eaither by making a lot of gold or new spells/prayers(not sure if they've temple of sennistein quest in OSRS) its a casual match but incredibly fun and tons of things to do, hardcore is not Runescape at all unless you're going for competitions.

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