Jan 12th 2011 11:18PM The "Available downloads" doesn't work for me, and if I go to the iTunes store, it just wants me to buy it again. Anyone get it to work/know how?
Dec 23rd 2010 6:42PM I want this...sweet
Dec 19th 2010 9:29PM @Nucleon
Mostly minigames. Still, minigames are huge in RS. My least favorite thing that has contributed to "Soloscape" is the trade balance requirement. Sure, I know, it drove goldsellers out of business (mostly), but it really lessened the community feeling.
"Hey, bud? Leveling construction? Let me loan you all those stacks of oak planks I've got in my bank. I really want to see your house when you're done. It's already sweet."
...Oh, sorry, can't. You'll have to fend for yourself.
Dec 19th 2010 9:25PM @Elio
My favorite activity in the game was questing, and when I had done em all, there wasn't much else to do. I loved a lot of things in the game such as construction, but by the time you are 85+ in a skill, getting a few levels for something that's exciting really doesn't appeal, considering that five levels is a few weeks if you're not lifeless. That, and getting the money required for certain skills, only to have to grind the hell to level them is rather demoralizing. If not for the grind, I would've loved RS. (That and when I quit, magic was no good except to complement other skills.) RS still has the best quests of any mmorpg I know of.
Dec 19th 2010 7:19PM @gamebynight
Unfortunaely, it's true. After 60, most skills are really annoying to level up. After 80, it gets to a point where things that get you excited are things that help you to more efficiently click through the leveling process. At 92, you're halfway there. (For those who haven't played, 99 is the maximum level.)
Dec 6th 2010 5:56PM For a much more useful review(If the above can even be called a review or benchmark), look here.
Oct 20th 2010 1:57PM I think he's harder than Hogger. Significantly.
Oct 19th 2010 10:40PM You'll probably have to turn the settings down just a tad more every time WoW upgrades its graphics without a corresponding upgrade from you. Still, to be honest, WoW does a good job of looking great even with all the settings turned down...
Only thing I try to max on low end computers is view distance. That's really the most important thing, the rest is just a bit of eye-candy.
Oct 19th 2010 10:37PM In soviet Russia, WoW runs YOU.