Bungie’s Destiny: The Taken King Faces Uphill Task Of Bringing Old Players Back To The Fray

With the entire Bungie’s Destiny priced at $80, everyone gets a second chance at Destiny. The game however gets another chance to convince people to give it another go.

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nX1212d ago

There's no way I'm buying another DLC for this game.

BallsEye1212d ago

I got limited edition with seaosn pass and didn't even bother to check the already released DLCs. Destiny is dead to me. Hail TESO.

Halo2ODST21211d ago

I've heard mixed views about TESO, should i get it?

nX1211d ago (Edited 1211d ago )

I'm playing it on PC and I'd say it's the best MMORPG since WoW. If you liked Oblivion or Skyrim you will definitely like this as well and if you also like MMO's in general you'll love TESO. I also heard very good things about it's endgame content even though I'm not that far yet.

I'm just hoping for controller support on the PC version, that's pretty much the biggest gripe I have with it.

nX1211d ago (Edited 1211d ago )

Same here lol, I have too many other games that are more interesting than Destiny by now. It was kinda fun while it lasted, though.

pompombrum1211d ago

There are those who play Destiny and there are those who moved on. Those who still play Destiny are going to be buying TKK regardless of price or content. On the other hand those who have moved on won't be returning regardless of what is on offer unless Bungie somehow turn TKK into Destiny 2 which just isn't going to happen at this point. Bungie probably know this better than anyone, they will do interviews (hopefully not like the Eurogamer one) where they'll say the things they know those who have left want to hear but at this point, they probably realize it's a lost cause for many and are just content with the fans they have.

nX1211d ago

The eurogamer interview is a nightmare, this guy was definitely the wrong one for talking to the press. He sounded like he was brainwashed by Activison.