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Autor Thema: It's difficult to imagine a game as popular as Runescape going down so badly  (Gelesen 539 mal)

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Also in the present, with a world filled of Completionist Caps, the main response to most quests is "2 hours to bring my Comp back on track'. They rush through the quest without really taking note of the story and content and would likely not vote in a poll for new quests.

This may not be the best approach however, I think. IMO, less quests with better quality is where it should be, and right now they're delivering in the quests less department just fine, but the quality of the content isn't all that great.

The lack of quests is a major issue for me. I cannot name more than three quests that were released in 2013, though there might have been others. To me it seems that there's an overall absence of new content. The RS3 development team appears to be at least ten times bigger than the Old School Runescape one.

However, they appear to produce a similar quantity of content as Old School Runescape's. Although RS3 content might be more extensive and more difficult to create, I find it a bit disappointing. Just think of the things they accomplished during the nine months of 2004.

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