Destiny 2

Destiny 2: Forsaken Review

So, does Forsaken, Destiny 2’s first expansion, offer anything new? In much the way that The Taken King reset Destiny, Forsaken fixes some of the mistakes that made the sequel feel boring and listless. It also presents a story that seems to build to, well, something, and implements a system that lets the player feel like they are accomplishing something in the vast playspace that Destiny offers.

Destiny 2: Forsaken Review

Destiny 2 PC Review

It eventually got better once The Taken King expansion was released, and while it wasn’t perfect, it sold me on what Bungie was aiming for. I fell off after that, not bothering to come back for whatever the second, smaller expansion was, but my eyes were always focused on the future, on what Bungie would do for Destiny 2.

Destiny 2 PC Review

Destiny 2 Review

2014's Destiny was a polarizing product, confused about its own identity and therefore confusing to consumers. Was it a failed MMORPG or a multiplayer shooter with a bolted-on campaign? Was it a Diablo-esque loot collection game? Was it a new genre? Even after the excellent Taken King expansion/reboot, Destiny remained both a disappointment to many and a favorite to many more. 

Destiny 2 Review