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Angry Joe's Angry Review of Destiny.

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foodfather said:
I dont like him, but that was a spot on review.

I just feel he usually waits for the general reception and swings either way of agreeing or disagreeing randomly, whatever viewpoint will get the most hits (ie a negative review of Titanfall etc).

If a game required a 30 min review, destiny is it...

I don't buy that. He showed video from when he was playing Destiny on live streams. His live streams are also avaible. He has also fans that are gonna know if he lies in that regard. He played the game countless (40) hours before he did the review. It does take time to a review like he does.



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I3LuEI3omI3eR said:
method114 said:

Eh I agree with a lot of the complaints but the game is just so fun to play. Did the raid last night for the first time lots of fun.

This game is pretty much exactly like Diablo except an fps. You repeat a lot of the same stuff over and over again but it's fun doing it especially with other people. If you like Diablo I don't see how you don't like this unless fps is not your thing.

 

Also the first game I've played this gen with people who talk. No one talks online it's so annoying. The raid forces you to have to talk though otherwise you can't do it.

In Diablo you can still trade though. That's a huge difference.

Also in diablo when you kill bosses you get a good loot, its random good loot and epic loot still is super rare but at least you get good loot.

Sounds like in this you can get total shit on even bosses.



Hiku said:

Just thought I'd share his review of the game as I found a lot of it very enlightening, not having played the full game myself.
Joe's honesty in his reviews is very refreshing, and he feels a lot more professional than many of the actual "professional game journalists" out there. He explains all the negatives and positives in great detail. One of the best reviews I've seen.

Starting on the exact same spot no matter which mission you are on, the constant wave defense missions while Ghost hacks a computer or a door, the exact same design for legendary weapons, etc, those all sound like very lazy design, I agree.

I also recognise this business of cutting out content from a game to save it for the next game/expansion. It happened with Xenosaga 2. Monolith intended for it to have a lot more content, but Namco decided that they should cut a lot of things out and save it for Xenosaga 3 and beyond. It was originally planned to be a 6 game series, but largely due to the poor reception of Xenosaga 2, they had to wrap thigs up in Xenosaga 3.

Xenosaga 2 is one of my favorite games, I did not know it was not well received.



My grammar errors are justified by the fact that I am a brazilian living in Brazil. I am also very stupid.

foodfather said:
I dont like him, but that was a spot on review.

I just feel he usually waits for the general reception and swings either way of agreeing or disagreeing randomly, whatever viewpoint will get the most hits (ie a negative review of Titanfall etc).

If a game required a 30 min review, destiny is it...

You are still bitter about that? Lol.



irstupid said:
I3LuEI3omI3eR said:
method114 said:

Eh I agree with a lot of the complaints but the game is just so fun to play. Did the raid last night for the first time lots of fun.

This game is pretty much exactly like Diablo except an fps. You repeat a lot of the same stuff over and over again but it's fun doing it especially with other people. If you like Diablo I don't see how you don't like this unless fps is not your thing.

 

Also the first game I've played this gen with people who talk. No one talks online it's so annoying. The raid forces you to have to talk though otherwise you can't do it.

In Diablo you can still trade though. That's a huge difference.

Also in diablo when you kill bosses you get a good loot, its random good loot and epic loot still is super rare but at least you get good loot.

Sounds like in this you can get total shit on even bosses.

That is unfortunately fact...  I too was a victim of this while playing...



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Looks Joe putting more effort into his reviews lol. I still think he's super overrated, however looks he's getting better. Still better than the vast majority of the professional hacks out there.



 

The_Sony_Girl1 said:
That sounds harsh, bit it's so funny, I can't stop laughing. I don't know what game I should buy this month now.

if you cant stop laughing at this review just check is review of rambo , i cried of so much laugh xD

 

OT : All my fears come true about this game , all the shit i hate in games and predicted hapened, i am glad i didnt fall for the hype and after the alppha i knew this game was not for me.

I understand why some people love this but this game have some shit i hate in games.

 

story is shit

grindfest and little reward for the grind

loot system is shit

and most important of them all

repetitive missions , locations and bosses

 

no thanks , this is not for me



 

I am curious why no one has a problem with the game being online only when you can't even communicate with other people or trade gear with anyone.  Doesn't seem like the game needs online to be essential at all.



I really don't like the enemy wave principle lots of games practice these days - Uncharted 2 was littered with that aswell.

Ofcourse I do get why this has become so frequent - designers spent lots of hours to create richly detailed areas and they have to get many gameplay minutes out of those areas, because they can't just create several hundreds of those. Still, I think it's very frustrating when you are caged in a small area or need to protect an npc, while enemies warp in/spawn from dropships/jump into your area from paths unaccessible to you.



A 30m review that is entertaining from the beginning to the end, and very reasonable imo.