Also, a third party client buy RuneScape gold-out would bring about an increase of third party development which is not exactly what Jagex wants, not just because people will cheat but also for security of its customers and also the company pride. Generally, purchasing a company because they made something better to your game than you did yourself isn't going to impress any investor regarding your internal development team and leadership group. Should they need a client, why did not leadership identify this and also have you made sooner internally?

Not taken Camertime but I'll respond to your points. Fully acknowledge I tried to validate my view using a name I've made. Saying something is integral because it pertains to the first game that was attempted to mimic is a fantastic point. However, this edition of runescape has shifted from that which 2007scape was so that does not hold as much weight. Saying something is awful and obsolete pretty much validates you should likely consider something fresh.

You talk about existing clients but then continue to relate how the"bad" (your words) client is the thing that keeps you around. You may not possibly be the client that osrs is later. Depending upon the answers of the crowd it would appear the majority would prefer an updated customer vs. an obsolete one. I did address the cost that includes acquiring the client past the acquisition cost. The point I was trying to make was you place one individual permanently on claiming that customer to the present version of runescape and NOT adding new features. This helps eliminate the growth of exactly what 3pc develop. Additionally it's no more buy RS gold party development when they purchase the client and deliver it.