What happens when the most hyped game on the year doesn’t live up to expectations, self-inflicted or otherwise. Full disappointment and disclosure by Cory Galliher for Popzara.
The review was decent at its best. I really got confused at the beginning when the author discussed the whole 101 classes and Borderline stuff about the Destiny's cinematic story. I rather have concrete details then too much comparative stuff. It was hard to get to those fine descriptions, but readers will eventually get the gist of what this author mentions.
Its a ok game, I dont think its great though.
I think the main problem with destiny that its the Frankenstein of video games. It has a bunch of parts from other games with nothing to call it own.
I compare it to Wolfenstein with loot instead of upgrades.
Yeah its okay, The story structure and.mission is whatS horrible with it, no variety, although I think they should release the Dlc planets for free
Joseph Staten the writer for Bungie left to go work for Microsoft game studios in the middle of development which is why the story is absolutely horrible. I'm on Venus and I don't know what the fuck this games about and the missions are extremely repetitive, literally each mission is just a repitition of the previous one but going a little further each time it's frustrating. I regret believing the hype because this is nothing what my initial thought of what it was going to be.
Community seems so split I think this is a valuable lesson in hype.
anybody severely dissappointed in this game had to believe it was something MUCH bigger than it seemed to be... didn't they play the beta? what made them think it would be THAT different? the game is great for what it is, haven't had this much fun on a FPS since cod4mw... invite some friends and it takes the game from a 7 to a 9. but preconcieved notions are difficult at best to knock loose... destinys suffering because apparently people thought it'd be the second coming of WoW.
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