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UMBWGMG (Unidentified Human Being.)
If anyone hasn't heard about Runescape 3 by now, it's an update of RS2, with better graphics, etc; but bad gameplay(In my opinion). I played RS2, back in 2012(before the update). After the update, I've just decided: No, I will not play anymore because you can buy yourself into the game... But that's not purely the reason. There's a contradiction there, not a small one, but a big one. The quoted in 2001(I think) that they don't want their plays buying themselves into the game, so a few years on, when the game is doing bad because they took out the wilderness.

They then thought "We would let our players buy RuneCoins and with those RuneCoins we will let plays buy tickets for Squeel of Fortune, this is a minigame where you click on something to make it spin, then you have a % chance on winning something good or really shitty. As in, let's say 90% 1k, and 10% 100k.

That is why I stopped playing, because MMORPG's SHOULD NOT be about buying yourselves into the game, but be a rewarding experiance, and being able to enjoy that with other players.

This month, they released Runescape 3, it has better graphics, different way of accessing everything, different update to skills, having to hit 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8 and 9 just to kill an enemy. Or, you can spam 1. This is why I dislike WoW, and if they that this will make a game better, it won't. It will bring in WoW players, granted not all of them, and it will make older players quit. Most PvPers quit after 07 because they removed PvP. 2010 Jagex did a poll to see who wanted PvP back, and there was more than 200k voters (which is more players that play RS at this moment) that wanted it back. A small number of us didn't want it back. Again, another poor decision from Jagex.

This month they released RS3, it has better graphics etc, but really bad gameplay like I said before. I would rather play a game that you click on a monster, you engage to attack it and everything is done for you. Granted, not everything is done for you because the monster will take health off you which forces you to eat, but that makes it harder, in a sense.

You also have to become a member to enjoy most of the games content.

RS3 link: http://www.runescape.com/

I was wondering what your thoughts on the game are. This is a browser-based game, and it has a buggy sound system. Which was all I thought before I stopped. The game isn't all bad, but it's bad enough for me not to play it, because I absolutely loved training Strength, Attack, etc. And the days where you didn't have to spam-click 1,2,3,4 and 5 just to use hit something.
 

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UMBWGMG (Unidentified Human Being.)
Haha, thanks. I'm creating my own game, a really shit game, and aiming towards a survival game/roleplay game. Then maybe an MMORPG, where I might help my mate, if he decides to make one. (but I doubt he will) :p The review has a few spelling mistakes.
 
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    I was hoping you were going to say you wanted to be a cook and wished to open up a Food Truck there are so many opportunities for that here
  • The Helper The Helper:
    you can only open the bar if you sell food and a food truck in the parking lot counts
  • The Helper The Helper:
    here in houston
  • The Helper The Helper:
    most bars are struggling to build food prep and even some I know are doing there own food trucks
  • The Helper The Helper:
    but yeah man you should come to Houston there is so much more opportunity here than San Antonio. Just look at all the homeless people on the Riverwalk and downtown there you cannot even walk down the street without getting mobbed them
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  • Varine Varine:
    The homeless people reminded me of New York
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    I'll check it out, my lease expires in like a few months so I need to figure something out.
  • Varine Varine:
    I tried to open a food truck in Sandpoint a few years ago but the city said no, then like two years later they passed new laws to encourage it and gave them all fucking tax breaks and shit. And at that point I didn't have enough money to go buy one so I was way too late to the game once other cities realized they could just bring their existing truck there, or sell their brick and mortar.
  • Varine Varine:
    I do like food trucks though, they're way more fun than restaurants and usually I also get some of that tip money there.
  • Varine Varine:
    Restaurants are really hard if you don't have a back up source of income to fund them sometimes, in my experience most owners either got really really lucky, had existing money that allowed them to buy an already successful one, or they have family money to fall back on for loans. It's few and far between to see very inspiring success stories where the person actually got it through hard work and perseverance. I thought about opening one lots and I always just end up not thinking it'll work. I would much rather just find someone that has that money and go work for them
  • The Helper The Helper:
    i am not talking about opening a brick and mortar I am talking about food trucks though I have seen some brick and mortar mexican places open up during covid that are doing good because there food is awesome!
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    Food trucks are killing out here because Bars cannot open unless they sell food and the governor ok'd the use of a food truck in front as serving food
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    Just not enough food trucks
  • The Helper The Helper:
    a buddy of mine just opened up a food truck and he is killing it but he is a great cook and has awesome food right in the middle of the pandemic too food trucks are immune to pandemic because they are take out in Texas you will always be able to get take out or delivery
  • The Helper The Helper:
    He is in the different food facebook groups in houston and posts videos of him making his food
  • The Helper The Helper:
    he is killing it
  • jonas jonas:
    @Varine with the restaurants, there surely is a lot of luck and hard work but most restaurants fail because they suck. Flair isn't right, economics not well thought through, food is mediocre or sucks, location is bad, etc. If you're thinking about opening one, make sure you're looking at the stories of those that would be playing at your level, don't let your hopes be dragged down by all the subpar restaurants out there.
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    My sister in law worked in a vegan food truck, the owners were also making a killing, added several trucks and opened two restaurants over 5 years
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