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We have to stop to smell the roses more often
As a result, it spawned some pretty impressive runescape player-captured screenshots; none, however, come close to this one.Taken by one Reddit user, with all the HUD elements photoshopped out by another, the screenshot features a Warlock punching an enemy Thrall in the Cosmodrome.What started as a meaningless encounter ended up as this (make sure you click to enlarge):Stopping at that particular point in time in the middle of a melee showcases just how beautiful Destiny really is, and how much effort went into crafting the game. The vibrant colours, the particles dancing across the screen, the electricity shimmering down the runescape player's arm, the focus distortion, the shadows, the individual rocks and pebbles, and even a glimpse of the green night sky above all these elements combine to form one ordinary moment of runescape gameplay captured in one gorgeous screenshot.I discussed in another piece how the Xbox One's upcoming screenshot feature encourages users to observe the world around them as has the runescape since launch whether they mean to or not. runescape games have made incredibly leaps and bounds over the last decade alone, especially in terms of visual fidelity. A game considered'beautiful' 5 years ago wouldn't look nearly as good as some runescape games we have today that are labelled as'mediocre'.As runescape games progress further and further in their capabilities of world-building not just in graphics and resolution, but in the finer details and aesthetic design we have to stop to smell the roses more often. Images as gorgeous as this happen so often that we don't even think to capture them.It's time to stop taking runescape games for granted, and start snapping more of those screenshots. It's typical of time isn't it? As it moves forward more and more gets left behind, struggling to keep up and eventually collecting dust. runescape game magazines despite remaining in existence are not nearly as popular as they once were, so I ask you this why did you stop buying them?Some of the answers are incredibly obvious, of course. The introduction of the Internet allows us as runescape gamers to find Runescape Gold all of our news quickly, easily and without coughing up a fiver. Hell, that's why sites like Gamespresso exist to provide you with news that is just that. The Internet allows us to report news as and when it happens; to make reviews and features available to the public at our own leisure and on our own accord. But physical runescape game magazines? They're living in the past, and in fact it is a wonder that so many are still around.Personally, I love runescape game magazines. I've been living in the UK for all of my life and have enjoyed a number of different types of runescape game magazine from the gone but not forgotten PSM3 to the intricately designed Edge magazine that still gets published today.

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