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The Soapbox: RuneScape is a proper MMO

Most of us will remember RuneScape from its first incarnation: a tiny and blocky world with simplistic gameplay, no sound, and only a handful of quests. The product of two brothers operating out of their parents' house in Nottingham, the original version launched in 2001 and slowly carved out its...

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Funcom outlines The Secret World's dungeon mechanics

If you've been thinking about dungeon-running in The Secret World but you've yet to take the plunge, Funcom has published a new blog post that may push you over the edge. The piece outlines the basics (one dungeon per play field, five-player groups, etc.), but it also gives a bit of insight...

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RuneScape: Sixth anniversary retrospective

When it first launched back in 2001, RuneScape was a primitive beast. Its blocky three-dimensional world was littered with hand-drawn two-dimensional sprites, and most of its sound effects could have been created by whacking random objects with a hammer. Only a handful of quests and skills...

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Massively's guide to RuneScape's wilderness and free trade

Back when the open-world PvP of Ultima Online was more than just a memory for most people, it just seemed natural for a game to let players beat each other to death. Having open-world PvP in an MMO checked off another item in the list of things that attracted people to the genre. RuneScape's...

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Massively's exclusive interview with RuneScape's lead designer Mark Ogilvie

Last month, Jagex did the unexpected when it opened up a major game-changing decision on its popular MMO RuneScape to a public vote. As part of RuneScape's 10th anniversary this year, Jagex gave players the chance to vote on whether they want PvP in the wilderness and free trade between players to...

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Massively's hands-on with RuneScape's Dungeoneering

For many of today's MMO players, RuneScape provided a first taste of massively multiplayer online gaming. Released in 2001, RuneScape was a blocky world full of ugly characters trading each other logs and feathers. The world existed only to perpetuate an endless skill-grind that was largely without...

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RuneScape gearing up for big November additions

Halloween may be over, but Jagex is still in a festive mood judging by all of the November updates coming to RuneScape. Chief among the additions is The Warped Floors, a high-level dungeon update that features the toughest bosses in the long-running history of the free-to-play title. New rewards...

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