Destiny needs little introduction. The latest shooter from Halo creator Bungie, the game has enraptured the gaming public, quickly becoming one of the best selling games of the year. The promise that sold Destiny was an innovative shooter that pulled in elements of MMORPGs to create an experience like no other. Sure, you would run around shooting bad guys a lot, but you would do it with a fully customizable character, using unique gear and weapons, and fighting alongside your friends and random people. Sometimes Destiny lives up to this promise, but a few stumbles here and there have created a game that feels less like a revelation and more like a possible beginning to something great.