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Post by rsgold123 on Fri Dec 04, 2009 2:30 am

Is the runescape gold creation of the pay to play Runescape account option a sign of the inevitable future of Runescape going completely commercial? Whilst most MMO are based on some form of pay runescape money to play model Runescape seems to have successful marketed their runescape power leveling subscription version such that it can both cater for both free account users and member accounts whilst still runescape accounts offer a relatively continual flow of updates and developments for paying customers. In addition to this Jagex has used this model of two style of play runescape power leveling successful for three years now without ever hinting of a complete removal of the free version of the game and as such it would be expected that they runescape power leveling will continue to offer free Runescape accounts for the foreseeable future.

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Post by akaishuu on Mon Sep 20, 2010 7:19 am

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