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Welcome to Memory Card. Herewe start the final, and possibly fatal, replay of the forgotten games of our past. Like the old days, we might pull some all nighters, we might lose a friend or two We might end up taking too many hot Pockets. Let's find out how far our lives have been. Or perhaps we've fallen back.
In the early aughts, as the world wide internet lit the world of gaming with LAN parties, a new kind of fantasy adventure emerged in the form of the MMORPG, or Massive Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Game for those who aren't experts.
There were games such as World of Warcraft or Guild Wars which let you chat and explore with other players across the globe, and all you required was an internet connection. My most favorite substance of choice was RuneScape, a game that had me and my brother playing together to defeat the Corporeal Beast as we learned to cook a delectable monkfish, and play a few games of Gnome Ball.
The days of returning back from school, and then hopping on the computer shared with us, and then our own, but leaving the bedroom doors wide open to shouting strategies and beg for gold one of the most memorable experiences I was fortunate enough to experience growing up.
I've been sporadic about keeping up with RuneScape over the years to ensure my account from 2005 was in good condition. But it wasn't until about two months ago, that I received a call from a dear friend within my "Gamer Squad* that simply read, "I want to play runescape," which I re-started on my journey into Gielinor.
Like any good MMO In RuneScape, the aim of RuneScape changes drastically from player to player. Maybe you want to complete every one of the over 200 quests and earn Legendary Hero status. Perhaps you're interested in mastering each of those 28 skills to earn the prestigious Skill Mastery cape. Maybe you want to make billions of flipping items on Grand Exchanges.
You can play the role of an asshole , and then go on to kill characters in the wild as well. That's not even to mention the mini-games or world events, duels, and holidays. Naturally, the sport is big. It's also clear that Jagex hasn't abandoned the process of updating Gielinor. There's a myriad of new games, with the most recent being RuneScape Mobile, which launches the 17th of June.
It was terrifying to go back to RuneScape's Grand Exchange and see people sporting armor and swords that appeared to make use of god-killing power to destroy my high-gloss dragon's buy RS gold, and abyssal whip (that'd be amazing if you played in the days of my youth the days of kids).