The leader of your favorite pseudo-band, Earth and the Informers, is back!
We have an exciting selection of articles for your enjoyment this month! Our wonderful gaming writer, Duke Juker, discusses the ethics of pay-to-win games. Jason starts us off on our RuneScape articles this month with "Jagex isn't Evil... It's Just...". Alex follows this up with a description of 10 skill states going into 2014. Mason gives us his view on "No Beta Way to Fix Combat", Jagex's foray into fixing the combat system with another beta. Most importantly, our newest writer, Tanis, rounds us out with "RuneScape: All Grown Up". Finally, our Dear Leader, Shane12088, finishes up our articles for this month with his perfect and wonderful in every way and more article Computer Science vs. Computer Engineering vs. Information Technology. All hail King Shane I.
In January's Attack Skill of The Month Jamandy52 ran away with the competition. The competition ended with Jamandy52 gaining 2.7 million experience. This marks his third consecutive Skill of The Month win. Will this trend continue into February? Find out next time on RSBandB Informer Roundup! Here is your trophy:
Right, while Shane is distracted I'm gonna run away
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This was originally posted as an Informer FrontPage article.
Hello everyone! The new year is upon us! Before we talk about what happened on a macro level in 2013, it would be prudent to talk about the previous month, December.
We started off December with a free-topic article on the state of Old School RS by Mason. Lord Rickles discussed how the original goal of Old School RS has changed over the past year. With one of the biggest and most important updates of the year being the release of RuneScape 3, Jason talked about what RuneScape 3 Should Have Been. Our final RuneScape article of 2013 was a month-by-month rundown of RuneScape updates for 2013 written by Alex. We also had two other articles this month. The first of which was a gaming review of the game Payday 2 by Duke Juker. The other was a very, very, very exciting article by Shane called A Discussion on Programming Languages: C.
With the year being over, I decided to ask our writers two questions. The first, what is your favourite article you wrote this year? Second, what is your favourite article written by an Informer colleague? I was hoping that we'd have a consensus of what the most favourite article was, but this was not the case. As such, this I'm going to list the favourite articles of 2013: