When Destiny was released, the game was so hot I had to buy a Playstation 4. Now, about 5 months after being released, the game lays broken underneath my entertainment center. This article highlights the two solid arguments Bungie gives consumers against them in a lawsuit.
Destiny is a legitimately fun action game. The fact that I sunk in so many hours of my time into playing it, exploring it’s big worlds, shooting it’s numerous enemies speaks for itself. However, what Destiny isn’t, is a rewarding game.
Do you want to be a gaming hero but find you are a sickly beast? A wonder on your feet and a weeper in the car? If you get motion sick playing free-roaming video games it can be hard to find something to play that is equally as awesome and doesn’t want to make you vomit. Here’s my favourite top three side-scrolling platformers to play so that you can continue feeding your gaming addiction.
If there’s one thing that Destiny has been great at since its development, it would be generating discussion through many of Bungie’s questionable decisions. With the near instantaneous promise of DLC and Destiny 2 in the future, Bungie has forgotten what they do best – making a lasting impact on players.