Destiny: Anxiety-Free Fun for Everyone!

jaredrea:

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Destiny is Halo meets Phantasy Star Online and there is no way that can possibly be a bad thing. After feeling initially indifferent about Bungie’s next-generation shooter, I found myself completely sucked in by both the Alpha and recently closed Beta tests of the upcoming title. However, I’ve found that it’s a difficult game to explain to those who either haven’t played it themselves, or don’t quite understand the hype surrounding it.

I feel the problem is that Destiny is a game of intangibles. Its execution is effortless in a way that most other developers can only dream of achieving, to the point where you begin to question what sort of moon wizardry its pulling over your eyes to convince you of its elegance. It’s ultimately a game that simply wants you to play and experience it and it does just about everything it can to get out of your way and that’s really incredible when you start to break it down.

That said, here are some of my core thoughts surrounding Destiny and why I’m so convinced it’s going to take over my life come September.

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A multiplayer game where I played with exactly zero other people. The UI was certainly stunning!!

snorlaxatives:

why the fuck does everyone in the purge movies want to kill people if crime was legal i’d find a way to erase my student debt and also probably steal a bunch of new clothes

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rozemarie:

This will be my daughter someday

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Stacy finally got a chance to spend some quality time with her pet rat and cheese, her dog. She also finished two novels. 

Pregnant. Stacy is not happy to be pregnant and she hates the maternity clothing. She loves her dog more than her fiance and she has started on her new book, Motherhood and Gaming

rozemarie:

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perfect

rozemarie:

callmeoutis:

i was ready to just scroll past like “haha grammar humor” but then it was weird al and i,

I love him

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imitationstom:

all i want is for someone to look at me the way Moray looks at Denise