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  2. Well, the power bonus from the artefact is infinite, and you can't get much more of a grind than an infinite one. You can skip pinnacles altogether if you no-life the game solo, and I suppose that's an incentive to do absolutely everything and anything if you're that way inclined. But then, you don't actually need that power unless you're doing pinnacle stuff anyway. Same as it ever was.
  3. TWAB And lots of other stuff. Also, better pic:
  4. Aye, I agree, I just thought it was funny. And even funnier is the somewhat bitter reaction from the Blades manager in his post-match interview. Not sure I've seen anyone as salty in post-match since Mourinho's worst days.
  5. VAR lol. Interesting when everyone but the striker goes with the whistle/flag, and basically gift him the goal.
  6. It seems almost identical to Menagerie structurally, in that you get to choose which weapon(s) you're going for, the encounter doesn't have a fail state, there are new bosses added as the weeks go on, and the higher-level version isn't matchmade and requires a pre-made fireteam of six (or between one and three if you're Gladd).
  7. I don't think there'll necessarily be a new (gear) light level.
  8. That's not the hype trailer. This is the hype trailer. Trials' return confirmed.
  9. Nope, you have to do it all this season. On 10 December the seal becomes unattainable.
  10. I don't think that's too bad for a bunch of weekly bounties in a week-long activity that give four pinnacle rewards. The IB bounties do have the advantage of being the only pinnacle activities you can do solo just by playing the game normally instead of having to form a dedicated group to do a (relatively) challenging activity. I don't think they should make them *too* easy (or, in this case, quick) to complete.
  11. Gorf King

    Google Stadia

    The full version of Destiny 2: The Collection is what you get with a Stadia Pro sub. This isn't the free New Light version; on top of that it includes Forsaken and the year two annual pass (three content drops), and Shadowkeep plus all the forthcoming season passes for year three. So it's everything up until next Autumn basically.
  12. Well, it was Reckoning, but it didn't really matter since you weren't really aware of the game mode at the time or who was in the party with you or what we were doing or why, or what grenades or rifts or warlocks or guns were. The lung-busting Brosathon was pretty special, but the highlight was probably the shock in your voice at the revelation that the Welsh bloke you'd be playing with for a couple of hours wasn't the same person as the Irish bloke you'd been playing with during that time but with a faulty mic causing him to sound odd Welsh 'far away'; but that they were in fact two different people with independent characters in the game and, indeed, in real life, both of whom you'd known for a long time. Then when that had sunk in half an hour later, finally trying to talk to the Welsh bloke as a separate entity but only after he'd announced he was leaving the party and the game some twenty minutes earlier and had actually done so; and being as shocked at his absence as you had been earlier at his existence. There was ever a Vaderish Nnnooooooo when we told you he'd gone, as if you'd suffered some inconsolable loss. And then sweet oblivion claimed you, I guess. But yeah, When Will I Be Famous was pretty good too. Because it was right at that moment, LeChuck. Right there and then, that's your legacy.
  13. Kind of but not quite. D2 contains some of the best Destiny ever, but also definitely the worst Destiny ever. During the most dismal depths of D2Y1 it was easy to distinguish it from D1, but following Forsaken (arguably the best era of either game) it felt a lot more like D1 but improved in many ways, and also tied more closely to it conceptually and narratively. And it's been all over the place since then, a lot like D1 was. So I find it really difficult to clearly separate them into two district titles now instead of a stop-start set of processes that (usually) circle around similar core considerations. Hence Destiny being the greatest game ever made and also being shit at the same time. There's just too much in it, or potentially in it, for it to ever succeed 100%. It just covers too much ground and too many diverse and competing interests and subgenres for it to ever hang altogether perfectly. Each expansion, or season, it's just a question of what will be favoured this time at what else's expense. But the best things in it are the best things I've ever played, and in all sorts of different ways and for different reasons at different times.
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