Discussion in 'Frontpage news' started by Alberto, Nov 3, 2018.
as in pay for it misspell it lol
Came with my GPU about a year ago... have almost 30 min into it..
Never had much interest in trying this but since it's here I figure "eh, why not".
Sure is a hefty download though...
Shows up as a gift at the top of Battlenet even though it says 59.95 in the main window.
Yeah I was surprised at 80GBs.
Of course the game isn't for every one, the benefit here is your not limited by an free weekend trial and able to play the base game any time and then decide for your self if the game is for you or not.
I own destiny 2 along with all the dlc's, Lucky I didn't pay full price for destiny 2 base game, got it during an sell. Personally I been having fun with the game, sure it isn't perfect. But still it's been an enjoyable experience. The Crucial is also fun at times, when i getting kills in, but the gambit game mode I like the most. Back when I originally tried destiny 2 it was beta and back then I hated it. It wasn't til an free trial weekend some time this year that changed that.
It's took some time getting used to the game when I first played it, due to playing warframe, but I find my self enjoying destiny 2 more then warframe, even tho I played warframe since it left beta .
Apparently this SMS whatever doesn't consider Finnish phone numbers to be real phone-numbers.
Well, didn't expect myself to ever play it anyway..
Runs good, looks good... but from my limited playing, it is quite boring.
Quit playing this for a while. It was like digital crack. Great game. I'd try to get back into it now with the forsaken DLC, but Division 2 is 4 months away. I'll just wait for that. I enjoy Division more than Destiny 2. Both have their highs and lows, but overall, Division allowing missions to be played online with others...I liked that interactivity which is odd since I tend to hate interaction in general heh.
Worth the bandwidth if you haven't played it. Good like maxed out @ 4K.
"Personally I been having fun with the game, sure it isn't perfect. But still it's been an enjoyable experience"
"It was like digital crack. Great game."
"Both have their highs and lows"
Good lord, you could say these things about any random game. Meaningless.
One thing I am glad that the overhaul of the gear system happened, I just wish they kept in the damage type mods for the weapons. I found it happen to switch one weapon from void to fire or shock, that's the only thing that disappointing about the change. But a least I'm able to stroll around with a shotgun,grenade launcher and a rocket launcher.
You can invite people into your missions in destiny 2 or do the Strikes, unless you meant the missions for the powers. I helped a couple of my friends that way. I would say I like Division on the same level as destiny 2, but I'm also waiting for it too.
I wonder what changes they have in mind for Division 2.
people buy a game and then complain about it (fair enough), people buy a game on sale and then complain about it (fair enough), people get given a game for free and then complain about it (Wat?!), at this point, if people were paid to play a game I'm sure they would still complain about it.
Don't understand people these days...
You could try it yourself, rather than judge what I think about it or how I state it? Or did you already play it and rather than off insight on it you wanted to simply critique my post? That would be meaningless too, no?
Division allowed random users to pair up with you and play, no required friends list. Just random play on the go match making. I like that. I think Division 2 will essentially tweak the original with everything they've learned while making the original. It ended up a really solid game. It's a shame people abandoned it so quickly.
I see what you mean, but just to be devil's advocate, the game isn't totally free, since (to my recollection) it's heavily dependent upon MTs.
You were expecting detailed reviews? Why are you angry at folks just posting their general impression? Meaningless? I've not played it that much. But but my meaningless impression is it reminds me of Doom 2016.
Free triple A games.
Why the hell not!
I was a hater until Forsaken came out. Forsaken changes everything, and even if you don't have that expansion, you will benefit from all the changes it brings to the core game. I highly recommend it now.
Adding it because it's a free AAA title. Maybe someday, I'll check it out. Perhaps, the DLC will go on sale down the road.
So battle.net, eh? Sure is nice to have 47 different game developer/retailer front-end client logins and passwords to maintain and install.
Ya. Pay=bought. Take/carry it somewhere= brought.