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Destiny

by Activision
 Ages 16 and Over
3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (736 customer reviews)

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Platform: PlayStation 4
Edition: Standard Edition
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  • Embark on an epic action adventure to reclaim what we lost at the fall of our Golden Age
  • Explore the ancient ruins of our solar system and unravel the mysteries of our universe
  • Wield incredible power as a Guardian of the last city on Earth to defeat the planet's enemies
  • Combines cooperative, competitive, and public gameplay into an expansive online world
  • Personalise and upgrade every aspect of how you look and fight with many customisations

Get more with the Expansion Pass
The Destiny Expansion Pass includes access to both of the game's expansions – Expansion I: The Dark Below and Expansion II: House of Wolves – upon their release. See details.

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Game Information

  • Platform:   PlayStation 4
  • PEGI Rating: Ages 16 and Over Suitable for 16 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 16. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 16 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
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Platform: PlayStation4 | Edition: Standard Edition
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  • ASIN: B00BF6D52S
  • Release Date: 9 Sept. 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (736 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 63 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

Product Description

Platform: PlayStation 4 | Edition: Standard Edition

You are a Guardian of the last city on Earth, able to wield incredible power. Embark on an epic action adventure with rich cinematic storytelling, unravel the mysteries of our universe, and reclaim what we lost at the fall of our Golden Age. An unprecedented combination of storytelling, personal activities, and cooperative, competitive, and public gameplay are seamlessly woven into an expansive, persistent online world. Venture out alone or join up with friends. Personalise and upgrade every aspect of how you look and fight with armour, weapon, and visual customisation combinations. Take your upgraded character into every mode, including campaign, cooperative, social, public, and competitive multiplayer.

From the Manufacturer

Destiny

From the creators of Halo and the company that brought you Call of Duty.

In Destiny you are a Guardian of the last city on Earth able to wield incredible power. Explore the ancient ruins of our solar system, from the red dunes of Mars to the lush jungles of Venus. Defeat Earth's enemies. Reclaim all that we have lost. Become legend.

Everything changed with the arrival of the Traveler. Long ago, it breathed new life into our system. Rain washed over Mars. Fresh air cleansed the skies over Venus. Soon after, humanity raced into the black, and colonised these newly remade worlds. It was a time of miracles – a great Golden Age.

Game modes

Crucible: competitive multiplayer

Enter the Crucible to hone your competitive skills against other Guardians in arenas that span the solar system. Victory will earn you rewards and reputation.

Patrol: on-demand adventure

Revisit the worlds you have discovered to aid the City in their exploration efforts, seek out valuable resources in order to upgrade your weapons and gear, and link up with other brave Guardians roaming the frontier in search of action and adventure.

Strike: cooperative multiplayer

Form a Fireteam, three Guardians strong. Infiltrate an enemy stronghold, cutting through wave after wave of enemy ranks emboldened by their fierce, battle-hardened leaders. Confront an enemy worthy of only the bravest Guardians.

Tower: third-person social space

Home of the Guardians, the Tower is a third-person social hub where you can regroup, rearm, and form new alliances before venturing beyond the safety of the City’s walls.

Story: epic campaign

Destiny features a rich, cinematic story, centred on your quest to discover and explore the remains of humanity’s Golden Age. As a Guardian, you must venture beyond our walls into a wild and dangerous frontier, and take the fight to ancient evil forces hell bent on our destruction.

Raid: cooperative adventure

Raids are the ultimate test of your strength. Team up with your fellow Guardians and take on huge bosses and tough puzzles to unlock exclusive loot. If the pressure is too much, you can leave and resume the fight later.

Story

Our Golden Age

Everything changed with the arrival of the Traveler. Long ago, it breathed new life into our system. Rain washed over Mars. Fresh air cleansed the skies over Venus.

Soon after, humanity raced into the black, and colonised these newly remade worlds. It was a time of miracles – a great Golden Age.

Hope in the darkness

It did not last. The Traveler had an ancient enemy. A powerful darkness that found us here on Earth, and nearly destroyed us.

No one knows exactly what happened in those final moments, but we know this: we survived, and we owe our lives to the Traveler.

We rise again

In our darkest days, Humans, Exos, and Awoken found the Traveler where it made its last stand, low above Earth, silent and immobile.

We built the City – our last – within its protective veil, fighting countless wars to keep its peace. From that dark age, Guardians were born.

A new frontier

Now, a new era has begun, and the only hope for our future lies in unlocking the greatest mysteries of our past. You are a Guardian of the last safe city on Earth, able to wield some of the Traveler's incredible power. You are taking this mantle just as a new day dawns. Titans, Hunters, and Warlocks have finally returned to our long-lost worlds, only to find out we are not alone.


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211 of 226 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Jump on the hype train... 14 Oct. 2014
Platform for Display:PlayStation4|Edition:Standard Edition
Ramblings of a gamer...

Originally I wasn't going to review this game for two reasons.
1) So much has been said about Destiny that I wasn't sure if I could add to it.
And...
2) There's a lot of gamers sticking up for Destiny who'd be willing to chase anybody who says otherwise with a pitchfork and torch!

But here goes...

Destiny...

Six years in the making and with an alleged budget of $500million...how could it go wrong?

Maybe I should've listened to my spider-sense when I was asked in Game whether I'd like to buy the expansion pass for £34.99!!
"Wait, what?? Why am I expected to pay another £35 on top of the £55 I just spent on the game, on the day of release???
Is there something they're not telling me? £35 is a price of some games anyways but this is dlc (downloadable content.) Am I missing something here?"

You see, Destiny was supposed to be the next big thing. After all, it was in the hands of 'Bungie', a very competent developer who had spent years making the game. And they had a ten year plan for this thing.

But then the reviews came out, and most of them have not been good.

Perhaps this is why Activision waited to turn on the multiplayer servers for reviewers AFTER the game launched.
Because if Activision allowed early access to reviewers and if these reviews were released on launch day, no way would Destiny sell more than $325 million worldwide in its first five days.

You see, the truth is...Destiny was overhyped.

There you go, I said it...
This is my personal opinion mind, so anyone who does enjoy the game good for you. But for me? I want to play a game that pulls me into a believable world to explore either on my own or with friends.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Shoot, loot, repeat... 30 Oct. 2014
Platform for Display:PlayStation4| Edition:Standard Edition|Verified Purchase
Initial feelings of 'this is a well made entertaining game' were quickly replaced with 'im sick of doing the same things over and over'. A flawed game that could have been so much more
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Very beautiful, Very average 21 Mar. 2015
Platform for Display:PlayStation4|Edition:Standard Edition
When it comes to games I'm probably 80% single player, 20% online multiplayer. The joy in gaming for me is the world created and the story that you play through. I remained conservative throughout the hype and thought I'd give this game a try. There can undoubtedly be a comparison with Bungies "Halo", this can't be helped, which is unfortunate for Destiny. In the beginning Halo was solely story driven, there was the idea and the design was built around the story. The characters came in to play at certain times, had their strengths and weaknesses and you saw them develop alongside your playable hero. The cut scenes set up each mission, you had a constant back and forth with the non playable characters, in single player you hathis unmistakeable " team" feeling. For destiny, the majority of cut scenes happens before the game even begins, the set up is mysterious and intriguing, this mystery remains throughout however. The narrative is vague, new enemy races are introduced so quickly you're not really sure why you hate each other or what danger they pose. The progression isn't helped by the fact that you start each mission on the same place in the corresponding planet, you stat at the same place, go to where"Ghost" tells you, complete the mission and then start back at the beginning for the next one to then go to a different area. It quickly feels like your covering trodden ground and makes it seem bitty. That being said, multiplayer is fun, the missions are relatively fun but it wholey lacks the strong story and character relation of any good campaign game. It feels like a multiplayer game with a struggled campaign implemented after. Unfortunately I can't recall any great classic game that is made in this way, the original story and idea must be great and engaging with multiplayer on offer secondly to lengthen the fun factor.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
By GratuitousViolets TOP 500 REVIEWER VINE VOICE
Platform for Display:PlayStation4| Edition:Standard Edition|Verified Purchase
I liked this at first until I started to find that the gameplay was getting ridiculously repetitive. Basically you're running around a huge open world shooting aliens and trying to save the world. It's an MMORPG (massively multiplayer online role playing game) so you're basically levelling up as you go and have the option to play with others. You have a small orb floating around with you called "Ghost" who instructs you on your missions and advises you when appropriate (voice performed by Peter Dinklage - gotta love the Dink).

Unfortunately, like most MMORPGs I've played, I found it full of the usual jerks who are overpowered (twenty levels above me for example) who were one hitting everything I was trying to kill making it very hard to complete certain quests and gain experience, there's also people who will not take note of the fact you're killing something for a quest and will happily fire rocket launchers at (and one-hit kill) bosses they've just stood watching you kill for five minutes (essentially making it so you get no credit for the kill and the quest doesn't complete). There's always some in every multiplayer game so expect to see a few. On the other hand, it came in handy during public events when I'd throw myself into missions that were far too ambitious for my overzealous nature and these overpowered types did most of the damage while I joined in and got part of the glory. It can be a kind of "deal with it" situation at times.

Unfortunately, UNLIKE most MMORPGs...this doesn't really encourage you at ALL to socialise or join up with others to take care of missions. Other than randomized public events, you'll find no interest in shooting along side anyone.
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