15 Things That Destiny Does Wrong

The shortfalls of an almost masterpiece.

Posted By | On 04th, Oct. 2014 Under Feature, Slider


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Destiny was slated to be the next big thing in console gaming. Coming from the makers of Halo, it was expected to create the same charged up environment as we had witnessed back at the break of the new millennium. Turns out, that all the hype was for naught as the game received lukewarm, and often bad reviews almost throughout.

This means either of the two things: that the game was actually bad, or that everyone who enjoyed the game is still playing the game and have been glued enough to not spare time to care for reviews. Whatever the case, the game has some things that it was expected to cruise over. Here’s a bunch of places where Destiny falls short of the finish line.

15. Peter Dinklage’s Voice

Destiny Peter Dinklage

We had gotten all pepped up when we got to know that Peter Dinklage was going to do the voiceover for Ghost in Destiny. Little did we know that we’ll be treated to an insipid, mechanical voice which could be just as well substituted by the Windows Narrator. Peter’s voice over in the game is way beyond underwhelming. It’s lost in some deep chasm that you don’t even know exists, and you just hear the remnants of that waning voice and forgetting it is the easiest task.

Peter’s voice over in the game is way beyond underwhelming. It’s lost in some deep chasm that you don’t even know exists, and you just hear the remnants of that waning voice and forgetting it is the easiest task.

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  • Psionicinversion

    its boring. a few weeks in i dont play it much and are bored with it, lvl 25 and just struggle to turn it on

    • ImOnaDrugCalledSheen

      Then go play dance dance revolution or Mario Kart or whatever other baby garbage you like and leave Destiny to the non-whiners.


 

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