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The Top Destiny 2 Reviews You Need to Read – Buy, Rent, or Ignore

Destiny 2 Review – Recommended

http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/entry/destiny-2-review_uk_59bd1ca2e4b0edff971c6e3bThe Next Big Mario Game Is Going To Be Something Special Bungie listened to its community intently and by Destiny’s third major expansion, The Taken King, it felt like an altogether different game, the game that Destiny was always meant to be. Destiny 2 then had to be even better. It had to show that Bungie had learned from the past and that from this hard reset, it had created something that felt progressive and yet contained those same rock solid foundations. We’re happy to report that after spending two weeks playing through the game’s entire storyline, numerous strikes and online multiplayer, Destiny 2 is better in almost every conceivable way. For starters there’s the plot. Destiny 2 sees players both new and old lose everything they had built up in the first game thanks to its new villain, an alien known as Dominus Ghaul. [See Full Review]

Destiny 2 Review | 9/10

http://n4g.com/news/2103499/destiny-2-review-forbesAdd Alt Source Forbes: “It’s hard to imagine that Destiny 2 won’t satisfy fans of the original, but it’s also the type of game that will allow new players to jump right in, and skip some of the worst growing pains of the series. While there’s still room for improvement, and for this universe to live up to its full potential, Destiny 2 makes undeniable progress, and reinforces the idea that this is a series we’ll be playing for at least an entire decade, when all is said and done. [See Full Review]

 

Destiny 2 review for PS4, Xbox One, PC – Grade A

http://n4g.com/news/2103371/destiny-2-review-for-ps4-xbox-one-pc-gaming-ageAdd Alt Source Gaming Age: “Destiny 2 is one of the most hyped games of the year with a massive advertising campaign that includes everything from live action trailers to tie-ins with food and drinks. Perhaps this shouldn’t come as too big of a surprise as the original game sold exceptionally well. However, soon after the first title launched some were left disappointed with a lack of content and a confusing story with huge plot holes. Has Bungie managed to solve these issues with this sequel? Luckily, for the most part, yes! There’s a lot to like in Destiny 2, chief among them the new narrative. [See Full Review]

Destiny 2 Review | TheXboxHub

http://n4g.com/news/2103446/destiny-2-review-thexboxhubAdd Alt Source Paul writes “As those of you who have read my previous ramblings may well be aware, I was a big fan of the original Destiny game, sinking more hours into the game than I care to think about. I was expecting big things from the sequel, the imaginatively named Destiny 2, especially having been whipped into a frenzy by the beta and Bungie’s carefully staged reveals. Having now spent 3 days, 1 hour and 16 minutes in the game in the last two weeks (a stat that is still beaten by 20 people on my friends list), I feel that I am more than qualified to drop some thoughts on this new game. So come with me into a world of Vex, Cabal and big guns! [See Full Review]

‘Destiny 2’ review – Guardians rejoice in their misery – Washington Times

This sequel’s story picks up one year after the end of a devastating war between nanotech-mutated insectoid aliens called the Fallen and humans. Ghaul instructed his minions to attach a mining device to the moon-sized sphere hovering above Earth nicknamed the Traveler, and extract its Light, a special form of power used by the Guardians. With the Light extinguished by the Red Legion, it reduces the proud warriors to near ruin and they must regroup in a nearby Farm (the new community headquarters) in substandard conditions to mount an offensive and take back the planet. [Read Full Review]

 

Angry Review – Angry Score 15

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