I've invested hundreds of hour into Fallout 4, and I could have played five of them. The rest was just an expectation of entertainment with OSRS Gold, thanks to that bloody 'kill loot, return' game loop tricking my stupid brain into thinking it was having fun. It's been interesting to read the comments you've made about Skyrim and you've come back to the game again. Pathetic, the lot of us.
And Old School RuneScape? I don't know. It's common to see some of these games that consume your time and then you complain about it online. However, RuneScape is different. When I'm not playing, I don't have an opinion about the game. I just listen to the music in my head and feel a gravitational attraction to it. I realized that the music was playing not on my mobile was a mistake. My family hasn't spoken to me in days.
RuneScape was among the pioneers. It was a game that is solely about engagement, which doesn't necessarily need to be connected to enjoyment. But that's not to suggest that both are mutually exclusive the fact is that there are options to keep you entertained even when you're not having amusement.
RuneScape is also one of the most efficient in its work. I've been enjoying the fan-made documentary RuneScape Historical Timeline 1998 through 2020, on the evolution (it actually has taken over all aspects of my existence) and the developers were shocked to see players max out stats in months, rather than years.
The top tier accounts were active for more than 10 hours a day every single day. When 2021 rolls around I can see why. If you're a fan of the fantasy genre the atmospheric soundtrack induces you to sleep. Everything is so basic that your brain will fill in the blanks. I reckon this was why that we were always enthralled when we were kids It's the ideal place to create your own unique adventure.
But as an adult, it's like having being a second job. Not in a bad way I believe. However, I'll probably be watching TV by the television with the laptop I've just used for eight hours at my job, working away at my magic level because I've decided my character would be a great wizard. And the next day, I might want to achieve the dream of my youth of having an entire set of black armour, so now I'm a knight. suppose.
Lead designer for Buy RuneScape Gold, Dave Osborne, alluded to this when I sought his opinion on the continuing expansion of the game since its 20th anniversary. "There there aren't any classes to choose from There are no walled servers that divide players.