Review: 'Destiny' overhyped, but a good sci-fi tale | News10

If you believe all the hype and find yourself awe-struck by the live-action commercials seen on TV, it's easy to fall under the impression that Destiny, the latest title from Halo originator Bungie, is the greatest thing since sliced bread. That's understandable seeing as the game has grossed more than $325 million in its first five days on the market.

However, the game simply doesn't match up to the hype. That wasn't for lack of trying as Bungie put together a rather good product -- it just didn't to match up to the level of buzz that preceded its release.

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TheRedButterfly1126d ago (Edited 1126d ago )

Has anyone else played Raid. 10/10 would buy a copy solely on that experience alone. Hard? Yes. But fun? HELL YES!

The game was a solid 7.5/10 at launch, but the content it has already received (and the perception-change that has occurred) makes it at least an 8 - 8.5

IMO of course.

martinezjesus19931126d ago

I cant get 5 others to play qith ne at the same time :/ I usually get on late at night after work so thats probably why. Im dying to play it though!!

Godmars2901126d ago

More sci-fantasy. Given that it doesn't really define it sciences.

ShadowKing-1126d ago (Edited 1126d ago )

Maybe if the title was "Call Of Destiny" this omg destiny was overhyped articles that seem to pop on N4G everyday will stop.

Like is said in a previous comment people really need to get off COD's **** <---Insert Word Here

jts18911126d ago

Meh. I thought Destiny more than lived up to the hype, as long as you were paying attention to what Bungie was actually saying instead of the latest piece of click-bait tossed around in the gaming community.