Nostalgia Abound As Soulja Boy Live Streams RuneScape

Published 08/18/2020, 8:46 AM EDT


RuneScape is one of those games that has a niche of its own. Players and celebrities from around the globe are positively obsessed with it. The fantasy role-playing game necessarily brings out the medieval persona in its players. With the abilities vested on the character, one can do almost anything in the world of Gielinor.

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RuneScape, being an old school game, takes us back to the good old days of gaming. With it, we can relate to the times before everything started booming in the gaming industry.

Recently, we saw famous rapper Souja Boy live streaming the game on Twitch. In fact, he has been playing the game all throughout the pandemic.

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Slasher noticed the fact that Soulja Boy was live and tweeted about it. It was short and concise and made us focus on something imperative. 2020 has not been the most pleasant year but it is a great time to be nostalgic.

Soulja Boy live streams RuneScape on Twitch

Slasher’s tweet called it ‘one of the only good things to happen in 2020’, which resonates with many of us. Soulja Boy has always been into video games. Just about a year ago, Soulja Boy announced his objective of making it in an esports team. He’d even gone on to confess that he was learning the methods of popular streamers and organizations. 

However, Soulja Boy is not as popular in the gaming industry as he is in the music industry. For instance, there are several reasons why his esports organization did not work. Jake Lucky, another popular industry reporter, also commented on Slasher’s tweet. 

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Sins of the past, forgiven but not forgotten

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Indeed the manner in which Soulja Boy had mishandled the inception of the organization is not something easy to forget. In fact, it was a little insulting to the entire community. Moreover, he has had his share of conflicts with big entities from the gaming industry. He once even sued Nintendo. 

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In all probability, many relate to what Lucky said; they may have forgiven, but they can never forget. 

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