However, I think RuneScape is strong enough to be able to celebrate its 30th anniversary due to the way that Mobile and Steam version has brought it to an entirely new audience RuneScape Gold. I'll definitely be playing the new adventures, especially ones that feature penguins. a Construction skill rework, and, if I need an afternoon break, I can always go back to Old School RuneScape.
You could play a game for 1,000 hours, but that doesn't mean that you'll love it. We've all seen the meme of someone giving negative Steam review that has more than 5,000 hours on record. But let's be honest this isn't the case anymore.
I've spent countless hours in Fallout 4, and I probably played through about five. The rest was just a promise of fun, and the bloody 'kill loot, return' gameplay loop tricking my stupid brain into believing it was enjoying itself. It's been interesting to read your comments about Skyrim and how you've come crawling back to it over and over. This is a shame for all of us.
And Old School RuneScape? I'm not sure. It's common to see some of these games as they take over your life, and then you moan about it on the internet. But RuneScape is different. If I'm not playing, I don't have an opinion on it. I hear the music in my brain, and feel a gravitational pull to return to the music. Discovering it was in my phone was a blunder cheap rs3 gold. My family hasn't called me in some time.