In the end, I think RuneScape is strong enough to make it to its 30th anniversary given how game's mobile version and Steam version has brought it to a wider audience RuneScape Gold. I'll certainly be there for the new adventures, especially in the case of penguins and an overhaul of the Construction skill, or, if I'm looking for an escape, I can always return to Old School RuneScape.
You could play a game for a thousand hours but it doesn't mean that you're enjoying it. There's been plenty of memes of someone giving negative Steam review, with more than five hundred hours of play time. Let's face it that's not an absurd idea anymore.
I've put hundreds of time into Fallout 4, and I could have had fun with about five of them. The rest was just the promise of excitement, with that bloody 'kill, loot, return' game loop tricks my brain into thinking it was enjoying itself. And I've seen the comments you've made about Skyrim and you've returned to it again. Pathetic, the lot of us.
What about Old School RuneScape? I'm not sure. It's easy to spot some of these games They consume your life and you then moan about it on the internet. However, RuneScape is something completely different. Even when I'm not playing I don't have an opinion about it. I just listen to the music in my head, and feel a gravitational pulling me back to the music. Discovering it was using a mobile phone was a blunder. My family hasn't heard from me in weeks.
RuneScape was one of the trailblazers: a game solely focused on engagement, which doesn't necessarily have to be connected to enjoyment RuneScape Gold For Sale. That's not to say both are incompatible It's just that there are ways to play even when you're not having amusement.