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On the boards lately, I've seen a lot of people posting about their opinion on which they would prefer in a game: Graphic or Content. Personally, I like to have an equal balance between the two forces. They work together to keep a game runnig smoothly with a balance between too much content and too little graphic and too much graphic and too little content. If a game has either of the earlier listed situations, they're not going to become very popular, purely because they don't have enough of both to attract a gamer, or customer per se. To me, a balance is necessary to bring out the best possible turn out on the game's numbers. I play games that I find to be entertaining as well as visually pleasurable. Otherwise, I wouldn't play games at all. Most companies will create a great game that is balanced and then notice that a great number of people play it. They will then throw out some completely new sequel or new game that they think will supply the demand for a new game. Because there was hardly any time spent on it, the game won't be entertaining or fun at all. This is why companies should take their time and pull out a great game instead of some crappy sequel....
Since the last time I experienced it, a bout of playing with cousins, I found Runescape dull and tragic. I noticed yesterday a mentioning on the boards that they got a graphics overhaul, so I'll check it out and find the buzz. I'm entering my information right now...
Done! My username is MissElle95 which I what I use when I don't really want friends to find me, aside from any reading this. Because then I've either met you online, or you're a near, dear friend.
The graphics do look a lot bit nicer but the play is still not impressing as far as I'm not concerned. The community is not impressionable and I'm giving up. Till tomorrow, Shelby.
Okay, so today I downloaded Trickster to my computer for a second time. The first file was filled with spyware, coming directly from some bug off of Fileplanet.com (note to self: don't use again.). The second time, I downloaded from the site and the file wouldn't install properly with Vista. After messing with the functions and properties for a while, it worked and I was able to patch for about 10 minutes and then play. My characters remained intact from play 2 years ago at a fine standing. I had to restart one because I was unsatisfied with the name of it. So now CreamTea has become my main character. Started from scratch. So we'll see where I'm headed with this so far. I'm enjoying their new process of entry to the game. You have to collect application papers handed to you by monsters outside citadel walls. It's an interesting prospect, although it could have been pulled off better, but I'll take it. They made an attempt right? The one issue I have to address, is that the cash shop rewarded me with mountains of items for returning to the game. If you haven't played in a while, GO ON NOW! They will heap your inventories with little spoils. Mostly expensive p...