Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by Henry, Aug 23, 2018.
I just remembered I got The Last Guardian like three years ago and never played it. Is it good?
I could never get into TLG
I didn't like it
I think I'll try it regardless after I finish the Witcher, although with the amount of quests I have right now I don't know if that ever ends.
So if you like RDR2 play otherwise listen to us ;D
Anything that might have been good about TLG was ruined by some of the worst controls I've ever experienced
yes, and like I get that that Trico is supposed to be a "real creature" but having him respond only half the time only made it annoying, not interesting.
i want to love the big dog thing so that makes me sad
oh it's cute as heck. you will love it.
The entirety of the game's Year 1 content, plus certain of the year 2 and year 3 content, will be free to play on 10/1 as "Destiny 2: New Light". At that time, if you wanted to experience all of the Year 2 content (raids, campaign, exotics, the year 2 seasonal content), you would buy the Destiny 2 Forsaken Collection for $25.
Then, the Year 3 content is all sold either a la carte or bundled together. You can buy just the new Shadowkeep expansion for $35, which also includes the season pass for season 8, Season of the Undying. You could just buy the Season of the Undying content for $10. Or you can by the digital deluxe bundle which includes Shadowkeep and the seasonal content for seasons 8-11 (which will be content up to September/October 2020). Each individual season's content can also be purchased for $10 without needing to own Shadowkeep or any of the other seasonal content.
Basically on 10/1 you can own every piece of content for all three years for $85. You also don't need any of the Year 2 content to jump in with the Year 3 content, so you could just download New Light for free and then get Shadowkeep.
I have friends who put in upwards of like 500 hours between Destiny 1 & 2. I have fun playing them but I never got invested the way they did.
Destiny is fucking incredible. Vault of Glass was one of the best experiences I've had in gaming.
Would I jump in today? Absolutely not. I think Destiny 2 is a soulless shell of a game. It's essentially busy work with marginal rewards.
I wouldn't call Destiny 2 "soulless". It's claimed plenty of souls at this point, my own included.
Felt like that with the division 1 after a while. 2 was phenomenally underwhelming to me and somehow received widespread public acclaim.
If Destiny 3 happens I will 100% get it, I just hope it's more like 1 than 2.
Honestly Destiny 2 is in a great place right now. I'd say it's maybe even in a better place now than Destiny 2 was when the Rise of Iron expansion came out, and it's about to get even better with Shadowkeep. It launched in a complete mess of a state but Forsaken fixed most of its issues and then the past few months have only made the game better. Now is a good time for people who wrote the game off initially to give it another try.
Also what the fuck
idk I just felt the raid(s) in d2 sucked, weren't worth it. I got all the fun I wanted out of this franchise with D1 I think. Although I am intriguied by the more rpg-focus they're trying to introduce with Shadowkeep.
I loved Destiny 1 btw
The raid content In Year 1 was weak as hell but the three raids in Year 2 are all really good.
well at that point I had already sort-of given up. Though I did enjoy the 2nd area in Forsaken. That shit was tite.
Yeah it seems like in their attempt to make it so that you can buy whatever you want without needing to own anything else, they've made it really confusing.
Last Wish, Scourge of the Past, and Crown of Sorrow are all great.
Year 1 Destiny 2, absolutely not the best at all. Year 2 Destiny 2, so fucking good. I ended up taking a break because of school and came back and was overwhelmed by the amount of things to do. Looking forward to 10/1 to get a little bit of a fresh start.
Yeah getting on at Shadowkeep on 10/1 really is a fresh start because you won't need anything else other than the free base game and that expansion to play it. Also the story isn't going to rely too heavily on any of the stuff that came before it in Year 1 or 2, from what it seems like.