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  • Okay but like if every gaming firm said it would be too much work to upgrade models all MMOs would nevertheless have versions from the early 2000s. There is a time when the face of OSRS gold is so outdated and ugly that its damaging your brand a good deal. Tell me someone who doesnt play Runescape will look at the personality on the best and be like"looks trendy want perform". I meanthis game is constructed upon practically ancient coding techniques along with a habit in-house system. That being said - I agree they could do something - but I'm simply stating why they said they wouldn't, and it, at least somewhat, logically makes sense.

    It'd be rather an investment for them to have to make. (And let's be honest, the money you spend does not really go back to Runescape like it should, so GL.) Its extremely depressing that theres many updates/suggestions that cant veen be considered because engine old or work coding. I get its difficult but at the exact same time cant just remain locked where we are because of these reasons, something needs to occur. One evening there will be a huge, gamebreaking insect (something Runescape cant recover from or changes it forever, like the dupe glitch x100) because of the spaghetti code nightmare.

    You've got the well respected veteran coder turned supervisor and he is behind using a proprietary or exceptionally uncommon code speech. It has implemented since it's in his comfort zone and after that you can't find people to code it, there are all sorts of problems where developers say"well that's what we're stuck with because we made a decision to use this language", which eventually becomes the default civilization, to attribute the applications even when there are sometimes ways to make it operate. However, you wouldn't understand if there were ways to make it work anyhow, since it is all undocumented.

    In the majority of instances I have seen, the developers in that situation wind up getting replaced by an outsourced replacement application. It is possible they have already wasted their money with businesses like that.

    Banking is similar to this. Banks are urgently, and I do mean DESPERATELY, looking for people who can use COBOL because its what all of the old systems were coded on and they can not change them. If they try, there is an extremely high chance the whole global banking system collapses overnight. Its honestly a ridiculous situation but sort of cheap RuneScape gold humorous in a very dreadful way. Yep, but at the very least COBOL was once popular so there is documentation to mention. I've seen banking programs that interface with this COBOL that operate.