If you want a fairly simple but reliable printer that isn't going to set you back £100+, and just want it for listings, screen dumps and informal letters and notes (rather than high quality letters), then I think that the GP50S is probably just what you want.
It is hard to define what makes it so good. Could it be the quickly drawn pictures for each of the 200+ locations? Or the atmosphere created by the literate text? Or perhaps the well designed and created storyline?
The graphics are very good but suffer from the same jerkiness as other programs of this type. Where it scores is in the relatively gentle introductory stages and the final aim of a performance of aerobatics.
What is particularly frustrating with Adventure Quest is that you are only allowed to carry four objects at a time, so you often have to retrace your steps to collect objects you couldn't take the first time.