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Destiny (PS4)

Platform : PlayStation 4
3.8 out of 5 stars 977 customer reviews

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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
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Platform: PlayStation 4 | Edition: Standard Edition

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  • Platform: PlayStation 4
  • BBFC Rating: Suitable for 15 years and over Suitable for 15 years and over. Not for sale to persons under age 15. By placing an order for this product, you declare that you are 15 years of age or over.
  • Media: Video Game
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Platform: PlayStation4 | Edition: Standard Edition
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  • ASIN: B00BF6D52S
  • Product Dimensions: 17 x 13.4 x 1.4 cm ; 159 g
  • Release Date: 9 Sept. 2014
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (977 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 662 in PC & Video Games (See Top 100 in PC & Video Games)

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Platform:PlayStation 4  |  Edition:Standard Edition

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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.


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Platform for Display: PlayStation4Edition: 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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After playing the Alpha & the Beta I couldn't wait to get my hands on the full version. After it arrived I played it for a good couple of months straight, I didn't play anything else. I have a few friends who joined me which made it the more enjoyable.

After the first couple of months my enthusiasm waned, even though the graphics, atmospheric sound, character design and choice of weaponry are all superb, the big let down is after you reach level 20 in the game it becomes nothing more than a grind fest. To reach level 29 you need to earn lots of loot (armour, weapons etc.) which means you are forced to do the same missions over & over, killing the same enemies again & again, and even after completing a really difficult mission you could be awarded with low level loot, which can be frustrating. After reaching Level 29 and playing the 'Devil's Lair' for the 50th time, I thought what's the point? The game just got tired and boring for me.

Six moths after I quit the game, some of my friends still play this game a lot, they have bought all the DLC and regularly play the raids, if I joined my friends now I would be way behind in terms of story & character development, plus I haven't bought any of the DLC, so I doubt I will play this game ever again.

Another annoying thing. When the PS4 was launched they told us there wouldn't be any loading screens, this was a lie. In between missions you have go into `Orbit', from here you decide which of the planets you want to visit, followed by which mission you want to play AGAIN, your ship then descends to your chosen planet, you then have to sit and wait while your ship floats along in a disguised loading screen, which seems to take forever.
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Platform for Display: PlayStation4Edition: Standard Edition
Destiny is one of the most expensive games ever made along with being the most highly anticipated, sadly the game does not meet the hype that Bungie and Activision have pushed, before i talk about the bad areas i want to talk about what the game is about.

Essentially Destiny is an online only first person shooter that has 3rd person perspectives along with an MMO style of play. You play the part of a "Guardian" to which you can customise and select one of three different classes, sexes and so on. Essentially a giant sphere called the traveller came to earth and nearly gave its life to fend off the "darkness" which tried to consume earth. It's saving grace was to give a small amount of power to guardians (you and fellow players) in order to fend off the darkness which has returned but to also travel to different planets to do the same there.

The first thing to say is that in typical Bungie style, the graphics and scenery to this game are truly stunning, in many ways it does remind me of playing halo, probably because of the space connection and the fact that several of the vehicles and weapons do have a halo-esk look and feel about them, some may disagree with me on that but it is my personal opinion. Everything starts back at a place called the tower, which is where players gather to trade, upgrade and indeed interact with others and is the sole 3rd person perspective area of the game, from here you can then go to your ship (you get one early on which looks pretty basic but it does nothing more or less than any other ship in the game as ships are purely a vanity item. You only really see them during loading screens).
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