Rune scape documentary celebrates “15 years of adventure”
RuneScape documentary celebrates “15
Years of Adventure”
There are many ways to mark the occasion of an anniversary; go out to a nice
restaurant, see a live show, premiere a feature-length film of your history. A
newly-released RuneScape documentary is marking 15 years of operatiogen with a
look back at the MMORPG's life.
Clocking in at about an hour and 23 minutes and narrated by author Danny Wallace,
“15 Years of Adventure” follows the entire span of RuneScape's history, from its
humble beginnings as a homemade project to its current soaring success. The
documentary features insights and interviews from Jagex developers past and
present, as well as commentary from players of the game such as Zezima.
While the documentary first made its debut on the RuneScape Twitch channel
yesterday, you can also check it out below if you're a fan or have a little more than an
hour to kill.
“Narrated by Danny Wallace, RuneScape: 15 Years of Adventure explores the origins
of the game, through to its explosive growth in the early noughties and into a brand
that has today generated more than $750,000,000 and welcomed over 250,000,000
players to its world of adventurous fantasy since 2001,” says the official blurb.
With these words, a fascinating look into RuneScape's 15-year history begins in a
brand-new documentary from Jagex. The studio notes that whether or not you've
heard of the game, someone has, as RuneScape has garnered six Guinness world
records and over 240 million accounts created.
The documentary has interviews with a bunch of industry folk and other key figures
from the game. Even Zezima, the most famous RuneScape player in the world, makes
an appearance. Have a watch above.
Six Guinness World Records and over 240 million created accounts are definitely the
sorts of things that many MMORPGs can only ever dream of, and are feats that
would certainly necessitate the creation of a documentary to celebrate! Whether
you're a fan of RuneScape or not, this documentary is a fascinating look back at one
of the genre's elder statesmen and absolutely is worth the watch if you've got the