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Discussion in 'Destiny 2 Talk' started by Deleted member 368765, Nov 20, 2017.
is the expansion for destiny 2 worth a buy?
I mean i guess the is pretty good xD
I will buy it probably so keep on going and do stuff for this game i guess xD
Leave the guy alone! It's not his fault that he knows and You don't <sarcasm>
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I was faster on #52 Though officiall staff have always better influence and more accurate source
you can report by inspecting other player wich is easy then go on report and yeah you know what to do.
Thank you, this is what i wanted to hear!
no worries mate tbh i don't blame u.
if you have not played Destiny 1 a lot of the functions are not well explained
Just going to link this somewhat informative and relevant video here:
Great news for all gamers, that doesn't have Destiny 2, and want to try it before buy - there will be demo version publicly available (hope, you won't get a ban)
I haven't played the 2 yet
hope to have a key though haha
Ok guys - anyone wanna share some overnerdified (with stats and chances and so on) guides for climbing from 220 to 305 as fast as and as efficient as possible ?
Would greatly apreciate any tips
I found Iron Banner to be incredibly frustrating. I really wanted that Titan Helmet but instead I got 4 auto rifles, 3 pulse rifles, 2 chest pieces, and greaves.
I am very much looking forward to an update to this token economy. I'd be more than willing to pay 25 tokens for a specific reward.
What a view!
I don't know, this guy complains a lot. Let's be real here, most gamer's nowawaydays switch games so fast it makes your head spin. I really can't begrudge these companies trying to make a tiny bit of money since most of them give it for free to begin with anyway. The money has got to come from somewhere to re-search and develop these games. It seems to be that this guy is trying to be melo-dramatic just to get views. He's copying Linus or something, he's big on antics too. More then likely in a year or two this guy will be playing another game that's he going to find something to gripe about.
better than halo?! lol
Yeah, he complains a lot, and for sure sometimes it's hard to see past his antics. But, most of the time he still speaks in facts. This seems to be one of those times. That video isn't even much about how they are making money, so much as it is that there were hidden game mechanics that make what you earn in game for playing well and for a long time worth less in in-game rewards.
It would be an equivalent to this hypothetical: Let's say Razer started to secretly stop your daily earning cap at 300, after you have a total of 100K zSilver saved up. You know you only have a couple weeks to hit 130K for what you want before it gets removed, but at this rate, you'll never get there. But hey, you could BUY some zGold and get that zSilver that way, no waiting. See how shady that would be to just make your paid to play worth less than it should be?
Luckily, Razer isn't doing that. We're talking about Activision here.
Speaking about Activision, they like EA, have no defense that they need to "make a tiny bit of money". They both are already profiting billions a year, I believe. The game in question already costs at least $60, which when sold in the millions of copies is plenty profitable. It's actually free to play games, and small devs/pubs that I could see defending that they need to make some money to get by.
EA even released a statement to their shareholders that their turning off of micro-transactions in their game would not affect their earnings. So they don't need it, it's purely greed, far exceeding need, to see how far they can push things. Everyone wants more money, and most of us could make good use of it, but not every company NEEDS more.
I certainly appreciate how you stand up for Razer around here. They have often had their rep dragged through the mud in the past. But, be careful before you defend any given company with what seems like some blind faith. Sad fact is, the majority really don't have any of our best interest in mind, and will sell you out in every possible direction for another buck.
Anyway, besides all that, far as this game goes I've heard about as many bad opinions on it as good ones. Doubt I'll get around to even trying it anytime soon with the abundance of games around.
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