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I agree with a lot of points in this article. Individuals that like Destiny, have always liked Destiny for the simple fact that it was a social activity to do with your friends. Individuals that still play it have a group that they raid with frequently, hang out with, and often times set appointments to do so.

What will make or break Destiny 2 is whether or not your “fire team” returns. I know the only reason I stopped playing, after over a thousand hours, was the fact tha...

24d ago 1 agree0 disagreeView comment

Apologies, but the stupid “exclusive content” really did not offer a whole lot besides some extra re-playability on a game that was ever tiresome for a lot of parties. Individuals that like Destiny, have always liked Destiny for the simple fact that it was a social activity to do with your friends. Individuals that still play it have a group that they raid with frequently, hang out with, and often times set appointments to do so.

What will make or break Destiny 2 is whethe...

24d ago 2 agree3 disagreeView comment

Nope, as many comments have already pointed out, it is the option of purchasing the game in any number of ways. Take for instance Amazon Prime, I get brand new releases for up to %20 off, the $100 dollar "gold editions" of games are only 79.99 when I pre-order them through Amazon compared to paying full price for a digital edition, no packaging, no disc, no extra content...maps, statues etc.... So no, all of my games have been hard copies, except as was previously mentioned as well,...

30d ago 3 agree0 disagreeView comment

It is true, Sony or Microsoft can "ban" your account for any number of reasons, typically without much of a reason as well. In some cases they specifically state that you "will lose all your digital content" associated with your gamer tag/account. Nintendo bypasses this by associating all purchases with a console instead of an account name, extremely inconvenient but still a choice individuals make.

30d ago 13 agree0 disagreeView comment

Nobody's "Pre-Release" Promises have ever bothered me. This is the point of being a consumer, as many posts on here have portrayed...If you are dissatisfied with the product simply continue to do your research and do not purchase it. What point is there in the title of this article, " Do For Honor's Broken Promises Bother You?" Who cares if they bother you, if they break their promises, change the game before it is released, then guess what? You do not purchase it....

133d ago 2 agree0 disagreeView comment

Who needs pictures? If you have been doing your own research you already know what it looks like before knuckle heads put these opinionated pieces out there with no valid information whatsoever (reception to the pictures has not been good..where is your source...?) based on pictures from a 2001 480i resolution fold phone. Sorry, I watched the reveal in 4k, I am good with my pre-order.

238d ago 3 agree0 disagreeView comment