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@parrot_of_adun @larrybird999999 @skootbootz It's no surprise that Destiny was made for people without any creativity or narrative taste.

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It just feels like Bungie wanted to recreate the 'magic' of a game that inspires Machinima videos, Books, etc. So they made a huge game with a bare-bones story so it doesn't get in the way of the "shoot and loot with friends" stuff; which might explain all the "you make the story" dev diary videos when they were first doing press for the game.


But from what Kevin described of the ending...It's just not worth it. I suspect Peter Dinklage will fetch-quest players into doing the same things in the expansions. At least it has a cool soundtrack.

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@helldragonzer @dogbert784 And I'm saying GS is correct for not following along with the hype. Kevin has had more time with the game than most people. It would be easy for him to say, "oh well, it'll get better after a couple months. At least they're trying." But I think he gave an honest review here.

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@helldragonzer But Bungie wanted people to have high-expectations. Did you ever hear them say, "oh wait guys, the game actually doesn't have much in the beginning. So don't buy it now, buy it around January of 2015 when we get everything patched."


If you promise gold and bring a strip of shiny yellow plastic people will get annoyed.

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@phili878 I think it's because Destiny wants you to love it more than it's worth loving. Bungie's arrogance announcing that they want it to be as big as the Lord of the Rings (Which actually has a solid storytelling, unlike Destiny).


Instead, you just fetch quest your way through 20 hours and hope the people you find are fun.

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@iwoof If you want your money's worth make sure you buy the season's pass so you can get the rest of the game.

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This is how I expected every "online-only" shooter to turn out. Lots of hype, pretty environments, falls flat after the first few hours.


I guess Bungie was hoping that voice-chat with your friends and strangers would help take your eyes off the game's emptiness.

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@Chr0noid @dogbert784 Rigid?? Why? Because I don't think it logical that Arno is horny for a known templar, 'saves' her, and expects her to just go along with his ideals?

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@Chr0noid Both Altair and Ezio explained the meaning of that phrase. It's not a license to compromise the Brotherhood. Or help Templars.