A breakdown of the four main editions of Destiny: The Taken King and the differences to the physical and/or digital components included, some of which fans are not particularly happy about.
I miss the days when I could just pick up a full game and play it instead of having to put on a bean counter hat. There's already too much unnecessary work in the world.
This looks sweet. Love House of Wolves so far.
Me too. Especially now that the Skolas fight is more balanced.
Yes, that's actually the point of TTK. Bungie/Activision have scheduled major game releases every two years, Destiny 2 isn't due until next September. These smaller "Comet" releases add to each base game.
So, I sold my copy when I finished the "story." Do tell, with all of these expansions. Has anyone gotten a reason for why they are shooting everything? Sorry, the game is a joke, not sorry. (I am aware the shooting mechanics are wicked good and the game looks pretty.)
People play it for the gunplay and the enjoyment of playing alongside friends.
Laziest Steelbook ever It's exactly the same one from the collectors edition but the spine is different. Why not use the Taken Kings logo
This is exactly why I held out on Destiny
I did get Destiny but only because I was able to get it for $40 on launch day. But I've not bought any DLC and have no interest in this one either. There is just no compelling reason to continue, the story was so lame that I just don't care what happens next.
You don't even find out what happens next. The wolves "story" is laughable. It doesn't even continue the main game.
So it sounds like I can just safely ignore all additions to destiny until I can pick them up in the bargain bin
There is a lot that doesn't make since about those bundles but then again there has always been lots that make no sense about Destiny!
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