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#1 Oct. 26, 2018 10:29:20

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Jagex have stamped a strange niche onto Runescape's



Menaphos can also be an opportunity to bring prospective gamers to the fold with a more packaged chunk of material. Menaphos is about creating a critica buy RuneScape gold mass of things for existing, lapsed, and new players to gravitate towards, which might make the decision easier for those who are on the fence about if or when to dive in.

Jagex have stamped a strange niche onto Runescape's grim fairy tale setting within the course of its 16 decades. It's a medieval fantasy realm that spans a massive number of cultures and environments, but it also excels in steampunk and modern-day influences. In large part, that's as it is a world that's grown by way of hundreds of little content updates, most of which were alterations to existing locales.

Jagex rarely get to flex their artistic muscle with a sterile space. What we understood of Menaphos was restricted within the low-res stone walls in its boundaries - nothing else existed beyond the trollish gates, which players can walk up to, but not traveling beyond. For the first time, Jagex was operating with some of the empty space, creating content for the Menaphos upgrade from scratch rather than building it along with a city that already existed.

We got to choose how it was likely to look and that has been a lot of fun throughout the pre-production phase." The look and tone that they depended on is unquestionably very Runescape, a combination of ancient Egyptian architecture and lush, cartoonish blobs of color and life more reminiscent of modern-day Marrakesh. A glance of the key art tells you everything you need to understand: you are getting a desert area; you're getting that Indiana Jones, matinee display vibe; you know there's going to be more exploration, adventure, love, and political intrigue.

Visually, it's among the most striking settings in the sport, a total breath of fresh air that is distinct from the major desert settings like Al Kharid, Nardah, and Pollnivneach.

It is also one of the greatest updates because Jagex switched Runescape out of a browser-based match to NXT, the downloadable client that started in 2016. Menaphos is some thing of a reveal in terms of what's possible with the new client: the Golden City is stunning RS gold . Volumetric lighting and fresh water effects give Menaphos a utopian feel. But this isn't Al Kharid. The city streets are paved, houses and stores are brightly colored patterned and adorned with hanging plants, so the water is blue and crystal-clear, offsetting the heat of the desert sun. Just as NXT has helped decorate existing match areas, it is nothing in comparison to the splendour and opulence Jagex have been able to eke from Menaphos.

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