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Destiny 2: Forsaken Review (FINAL)

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Destiny 2: Forsaken is everything we could have hoped for in an expansion to Bungie’s shared-world shooter – and more.

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46 thoughts on “Destiny 2: Forsaken Review (FINAL)

  1. So there’s a few things that’s I have to say about this expansion. It is phenomenal in terms of story telling and the way it makes everything feel fresh again and gives you something to always be striving for. However, my biggest gripe with forsaken is that whether we wanted it or not, we've stepped into a war with the Cabal on Mars. So let's get to taking out their command, one by one. Valus Ta'aurc. From what I can gather, he commands the Siege Dancers from an Imperial Land Tank just outside of Rubicon. He's well protected, but with the right team, we can punch through those defenses, take this beast out, and break their grip on Freehold.

  2. I just got Destiny 2 and a friend got me some dlc for my birthday, so I decided to look up what's in the different dlc stuff. And then in the first 12 seconds you… Like. Dude. Why? I literally just started playing and just said to my friend that I think he's cool. I just got to the tower. I don't even have my speeder yet. I really wish I didn't know this yet. I really wish you at least had a spoiler tag. I'm very upset now and I just home from work. Damn it.

  3. I'm glad I quit playing D2 in Year 1 doc cuz now I just got Forsaken and can't believe how well they nailed it. This is the Destiny I always dreamed of and was for sure we'd never get just a year ago. I was never coming back but glad I did. Bravo Bungle but cost way too much to date but I am having a ton of fun and lots of excellent gameplay.

  4. When I played both destiny, I felt that there’s no reason to get first and second guns because the damage numbers either are up or down and the enemies are easier or harder to kill based on the numbers. So what would be the point to play through over and over to try and get any of the gun types you want when it really doesn’t matter. So you spend all that time just to get a nullified gun. Except the power weapons, sword or rocket launcher, because rocket launchers do area damage and lots of damage in short amount of time and super energy also doing area damage and lots of damage in a short amount of time. Plus what would be the point in getting the armor side of things because the numbers don’t help in reducing the damage taken. So a 500 piece of armor is the same as a 10 piece of armor, practically. Also how is it that a hunter titan and warlock could all have the same guns, mobility, resilience, and recovery. So you could have a fast moving titan and a heavy resilience hunter with no mobility?

  5. Terrible expansion tacked onto a game with so many problems. Welcome back to your lowest point in history once again Destiny. IDK if you'll survive this time. The only hope is D3 now that Bungie isn't partnered with Activision.

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