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Destiny 2 [Review]

Overall Feeling: 

Destiny is less of a "fun game" and more of an addiction. Activision has locked in on the feel of proper gameplay as well as the horribly difficult balance between the ability to get to end game/appreciate end-game content and a never-ending grind for gear. While you will be spending an awful lot of time grinding, it's much easier to get into the endgame now thanks to Clan Rewards and Guided Games.

The Pros: 

+Addictive gameplay
+Major quality of life improvements for menus and character classes
+Guided Games help you get into endgame content (if you're a loner like me)
+Staggering amount of content, new stuff being added every week

The Cons: 

-Small issues like one-time use shaders and mods
-Quality of life issues like the inability to sell off/dismantle multiple shaders/mods at once

ShogunGamer.com Rating : 
9

Destiny 2 has proven to be less of a “good game” and more of a down-right addiction. Now, at a first glance that seems like exactly what you’d be looking out of a gear-grind game. However, it’s important to note that I’m several weeks behind on reviews and personal errands at this point due, in no small part, to the fact that any free time I’ve had in the last few weeks had been dumped into that gear-grind to make sure my characters have one of everything.

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