RPG Games: 5 Ways IRE Games Could be Worse
There are a number of trends in websites and rpg games that tend to irk us, and thankfully Iron Realms does a good job of avoiding most annoyances and creating a fun experience for the rpg game players. In this article, we take a look at how Iron Realms role playing games could be incredibly worse, and hope IRE never implements any of these!
Social Marketing Credential Syndrome
You're most likely aware of the IRE Facebook game app and news feed. The IRE Facebook app rewards you for inviting friends, and the news feed is worth following to stay up to date on IRE stuff. This is all optional though! What would really suck is if you had to use your Facebook / Twitter / Digg / Other Social Networking account just to log into the rpg game. It's become the norm for websites to want to access your Facebook credentials, just so you can read the news.
Load-Times Between Areas (With Ads!)
We're all familiar with them. The agonizingly slow loading bar, the same 5 hints displayed across your screen. You won't encounter a single loading screen between areas in Iron Realms rpg games, no matter what dungeon, house, city or ocean you enter. Even worse would be sponsor ads while you're out sailing; "This island brought to you by Pepsi!". Spare me please!
Are You Sure You'd Like to Do That?
Admittedly, this exists for things like deleting your rpg game character. But if it became a habit, I might go insane! Like trying to offer a mob corpse, and you get "Are you sure you'd like to offer this goblin? Type OK to continue.". So you type ok, and it responds "Are you really sure? You won't get it back!" GAHHHH! I might just respond with 'lkafkjldf'.
What if you had to manually save your rpg game character at the end of the day? Or find a 'save' shrine? This was something you had to actually do in much older text games! You think bashing to level 99 is hard now, imagine losing hours of work to a power failure; and before you say "Oh, that's happened to me", it was your own fault! You didn't properly config your idle TIMEOUT!
One Account Per User
This one would really take the cake! Only one rpg game character per computer, meaning you'd have to quit class whenever you wanted to try a new one! Sure, it'd nearly eliminate spy alts, but overall the rpg games would lose tons of revenue and you'd never get to try out different classes (unless you wanted to abandon your old one).
List your ways Iron Realms rpg games could be better or worse in the comments, and stay tuned for the second part of this article series!
Natalie Womble is an RPG enthusiast who enjoys the best role playing games from Iron Realms.