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Runescape a game that most Mmoprg players have played at least once, and is quite often a newcomers first Mmorpg because of the fact there is no download.
There is no doubting what Jagex have done with Runescape is amazing, the fact that they could create such a game on Java and let it run on your browser is simply amazing, and I don't think anyone should ever think of Runescape as a "Baby" mmo.
Reccently Runescape made a bit of news about combatting there botting issue, which has been a huge sucess, taking 98% Of bots out of game, and only leaving simple bots in game which are easily bannable.
It was also said many times that they are now working on fixing some of there grind issues they have with there game, and that new training methods will take away the grind aspect of the game.
Some of Runescape newer graphics are also pretty amazing, and I would personally say that there graphics are better then a lot of mmo that set the standerds, and yet you could play these graphics on a very low spec computer.
They also have there new skill called dungeoneering, which if you use a character with fairly high levels in that skill, it beats any type of raiding that has been in any other game I can think of, randomly generated, and does not just involve combat, but skill based rooms etc.
My question is that if Runescape was to sort out some of these problems, a long with a new combat system, surely we would have to re consider what we used to think of Runescape. Weekly updates/Amazing quests (Which are starting to become voice acted)/Browser based and many more features.
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