MMO FPS

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

Forge

Forge has a lot of ideas within it and executes some of them to the fullest extent. The gameplay, while not perfect, is highly enjoyable when playing with a team that is willing to work together, rather than fight for themselves. A lot of the customization is only attribute-based, which leaves out the looting and collecting that full-fledged MMOs have, but there is promise for loot down the road. Similarly, the ability to make a clan is missing but promised later on as well. That seems to be the main drag with Forge: a lot of the things that seem interesting and fulfilling are being promised at an unknown later date.

Forge