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Bungie: The Destiny Post-Game Carnage Report - Facts and Figures!

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Not to imply the game is terrible or anything, but you could literally love the game and yet still be disappointed.



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Both my brothers got it and they have been playing it non stop ever since. They're very positive about it. lol it's a shame i don't like FPS games....



Xxain said:

Thats says nothing. I was disappointed in Sonic Lost World and FF13, still beat em though.


this... but to be honest FFXIII reviews had some good points why it was bad, and it had some flaws and was not a real FF

now, all i read about destiny is that the game is not good because is not a master piece..



bubblegamer said:

Both my brothers got it and they have been playing it non stop ever since. They're very positive about it. lol it's a shame i don't like FPS games....

IMO you really can't stop to play... I already left the word two times just to play it... my free time is all about thinking what I will do next... sleep? I'm playing until 3-4am every night.

I was a trophy hunter but now I will just play Destiny this year and I don't think I will stop next year the game will receive Expansions each 2-3 months.



ethomaz said:
wick said:
The number of players that played it doesn't mean they all like it though.

I played it.

Trading it in today.

"The Average Gameplay Session lasts about 3 hours. On weekdays. On weekends it turns out you have some extra time to kill, raising the average up to more than 4 hours per session."

It is not the number but how much the players are playing... this average is crazy.


Great, but says nothing about how pp feel about the overall experience man. Being disappointed does not mean you hate the game, you would give it a bad score, you cant recommended it, your going to return it, no ... Just that that it did not meet expectations.



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ethomaz said:
wick said:
The number of players that played it doesn't mean they all like it though.

I played it.

Trading it in today.

"The Average Gameplay Session lasts about 3 hours. On weekdays. On weekends it turns out you have some extra time to kill, raising the average up to more than 4 hours per session."

It is not the number but how much the players are playing... this average is crazy.


Still doesn't mean much. I played 12 hours straight yesterday and 7 hours today. Still disappointed. 



ethomaz said:
wick said:
The number of players that played it doesn't mean they all like it though.

I played it.

Trading it in today.

"The Average Gameplay Session lasts about 3 hours. On weekdays. On weekends it turns out you have some extra time to kill, raising the average up to more than 4 hours per session."

It is not the number but how much the players are playing... this average is crazy.


for a new game its completely normal.



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ethomaz said:

"The Average Gameplay Session lasts about 3 hours. On weekdays. On weekends it turns out you have some extra time to kill, raising the average up to more than 4 hours per session."

It is not the number but how much the players are playing... this average is crazy.


Doesn't really say much for a new game. These "launch statistics" are somewhat meaningless facts that developers like to throw around to show the health of a game, usually MMOs after launch to ensure an image of health irregardless of the reality. I mean, just look, ESO did that around its beta/launch period and they were showing great positivity... didn't get that game very far.

Averages like this are just meaningless. An average is just a number, it carries neither feelings nor opinions, and there's nothing to draw aside from: "Many people currently play a just launched MMO-like game that had a lot of hype behind it."



I would like to see the statistics a month from now.

I know I really liked the demo and wouldn't be surprised if the general public liked it more than reviewers, but it could go either way.



I always love when someone takes 10 million peoples total time and reduces it to one person.

Somehow 10 million people playing a game means 1 person watche Lord of the Rings a billion times.