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I haven't even done the raids in this game because the rest of it sucks. The pve isnt exciting, the prp is mediocre at best and there isn't anything to make you want to grind.
Everything is too easy to get now. Monster hunter world here I come. The game took me no less than 3 or so weeks to max all of my characters and obtain every piece if loot I wanted.
Destiny 1 wasn't perfect. However it managed to captivate me. The vanilla content was a tad more fun in terms of grinding and what not, and each DLC improved the game little by little.
Which in the end, made Destiny 1 amazing in my opinion. The most important thing Destiny 1 managed to do is allow me to meet so many amazing people, and then give us a reason to grind raids every week.
Destiny 2 just couldn't do that. It also left out many of the improvements Destiny 1 brought to the table by the end of its life.
I think a solid fix to this would be to send Destiny 2 out with a bang to make it worth people's cash and then somehow take everything from Destiny 1, and expand on it properly for Destiny 3.
Hell, I wouldn't even mind them going back to Destiny 1 and expanding on it. I just wish that instead of making a new game, they just kept adding to the first one.
I think it would have turned out a little better. Maybe I sound stupid for saying all of that. But I just miss grinding raids with my friends.
Since Destiny 1 ended, we have all been playing different games. I really have no idea if any changes have been implemented yet.
I hated 4v4 I hated that gaining light did nothing for pvp especially for Iron Banner. Iron Banner was my absolute favorite in D1.
They turned Iron Banner into a regular match. Oooo thanks for the new armor skins. In Destiny 1 you had to work for your loot in this game its just given to you for the dumbest of things, here is a fact public events should not give exotics It makes the game to easy and un-fun another thing, raids, nightfalls, and trials should be the only activities that give high level gear, and what ever happened to raid exclusive exotic and legendary weapons and armor?
The game is to easy, all the games are the same, and wait that brings me to another thing, why the freak-a-frack does the same gun have the same perks every single god damn time, that's dumb, in Destiny one the perks on your gun were completely random, which gave people a reason to grind, but nope now that's gone, because Bungie just got really damn lazy, in my opinion Destiny 2 deserves to die, its Bungies own fault.
And why the living hell do titans get to use fist of havoc 10 freaking times with a single use It's not without its flaws, but anybody who really loves a grind and enjoys rewarded for their work, I recommend this game strongly.
I miss this world. I am playing D1 again because I miss it so much. It isn't Destiny anymore. I finished my three toons to give it a go but deleted it off my ps4 and won't touch it ever again.
I mean DLC with no raid?? Even mobile games have more content and you just have to watch adds sometimes.
Bring back ammo syn and special weapons. Even though I did enjoy some of the pve raids and activities of the first Destiny, they were not all that influential in keeping me playing the game.
I loved the pace and intensity of Destiny 1's pvp and end game playlists. The biggest of them being, what I can only describe as incompetence from Bungie.
Like most die hard Destiny 1 fans, I could easily see the potential of the game, and grinded through 3 years of playing and contributing to see most of our wishes fulfilled through balances and quality of life improvements.
When Bungie first announced Destiny 2, I really felt like, this was going to be 'the game'. With 3 years of game data and community input to draw on, I truly did not believe there was anywhere to go, but up for this franchise, and that we wouldn't have to wait another 3 years to play the game we all knew Destiny could be.
Never would have believed I had it so wrong. They baited us with what they knew was an incomplete project.
I will say, I've never seen a company work so diligently to actively lock player progression, content, and improvements by DLC and micro transaction paywalls.
If they had maybe spent half of the time in say.. Do I believe Bungie will make large steps in improving Destiny 2 over it's lifespan?
I don't want to wait 2 years to play rumble.. This seems like some kind of horrible joke and I'm not laughing. The battles are hair-raising and dramatic, and a hunger for a conclusion is aroused in the reader.
The particular charm of this series, I think, is the much more satisfying conclusion given by this series than its predecessor.
You can put this book down contented and reminiscent! Mar 04, Cameron rated it it was amazing. A very satisfying ending to the series, that more than makes up for the last couple.
An excellent read, very much in the style of the old books. Apr 23, Simone Fisher rated it it was amazing. I've read this whole series and Ian Irvine has always managed to enthral me, I can't wait till he begins writing the last book for this series in Mar 22, Martin rated it it was amazing.
A great ending to the series, epic battles, love and war. Lots of loose ends tidied are finally dawn together, I am glad there is going to be another series.
Jun 24, Matt rated it it was amazing. Ian Irvine would have to be one of the best fantasy authors i have read.
His worlds and characters that he brings to life have awesome depth and scope. Look forward to his forthcoming books.
Oct 03, Emma rated it really liked it. Starting with a lot of story on battle, the group splits up and you follow them separately throughout the book.
I liked to see some characters from the older series return and in general liked the plot. Sometimes it felt a little bit chaotic as you're following different storylines and just as one group was doing something interesting the viewpoint switched to a different group, while instead I was eager to follow the first group.
Also I find it weird that it's now soooo easy to make portals, while in the first book series it was extremely difficult.
But maybe I've missed something as to why… Anyway I still love this series of books and will read them again, if only to gain better understanding of the whole plot starting with view from the mirror through to this series.
Jul 08, Gareth rated it really liked it. And a bit of a mixed bag. The start was a bit sluggish, with the battles going on quite long, the middle part seemed to fall in the trap of the Fate of the Fallen, with unexpected hurdle after unexpected hurdle thrown at them, but then there is a strong finish in the final third, as all the threads are finally tied off, and many characters old and new get to have a final mark in the story.
Unusually complete finish, compared to finishes of the previous two, so there may not be anymore other than the interlude ones he has done since, though there is some space for more.
Jun 23, Ruth Harwood rated it it was amazing. Fab finale - thanks for a really enjoyable trilogy! Essence of the story was a quite well paced adventure, but people coming back from dead and author interventions as a hand of god diminished the listening experience.
Aug 28, Mateen Ar rated it liked it. This last volume of the Song of the Tears series was probably my least favourite out of the trilogy.
The first and second book had a sense of adventure and travel to them, followed by very real danger and by this I mean danger that I knew the characters of this book feared and I also could sense this danger and was afraid for the characters and this all made a rather pleasant read.
However, in this third book, the running and hiding is replaced by running and searching and running and fighting This last volume of the Song of the Tears series was probably my least favourite out of the trilogy.
However, in this third book, the running and hiding is replaced by running and searching and running and fighting, and quite frankly, it is just not as appealing for whatever reason.
Especially the fight scenes specifically the battle at the Blisterbone Pass was a most boring read and it took me an overly long time to get myself to read through it.
Further to this, the twist in the very ending chapters of the book was a scene most reminiscent of the one in found in the end of the Lord of the Rings story, and found also in the end of the Odyssey; it is clearly a well-liked and repeated motif, but in my honest opinion, in this case, it does not quite work mainly because of the over-powering strength of the deus ex machina and the nihillism of it.
It is rather difficult to comment on this without spoiling the story. The 'deus ex machina character', although having had a rather prominent role in the shaping of the various main characters of the story, did not captivate my heart in the story where presented; as in my opinion, bouncing from exact opposite poles to the other although cleverly reversing them multiple times , in the end the role it played actively in the story was so short that I did not have enough time to form a good relationship with the character.
Nish in this one book goes through many mental stages and again, in my opinion, I found this to be the foundation of an interesting plot, but very annoying to have to read through due to Nish's over-stupidity.
Yggur was probably my favourite character along with Tulitine, funnily enough and probably because of this, I think that there wasn't as much on the two in the book as I would have liked there to be.
On the end notes of the book, with the announcement of Llan the Liar and Karan Kin-Slayer's story going to be published, I would have liked to show my interest in the Numinator and the progress she was going to make with making the perfect human.
I'm guessing that she may be included in the story with the duo anyway even with her future-self, considering spoilers. I am interested in reading the rest of the series on Santhenar because of the captivating plot that the story has.
Oct 19, Loren Harway rated it liked it. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Now, I liked The Fate of the Fallen, dumb as some of the creations were but throughout this new trilogy I always found the events to be a little forced.
I'm not going to rant about the stupidity of Stilkeen or the tired device of White Fire. And while I liked the book, it wasnt satisfying.
Ryll's happy ending is ruined, Irisis is briefly resurrected only to explain that she and Nish can never be together, even in the afterlife, a sacrifice that lacks the emotion we saw at the end of Chamaera.
Tia Now, I liked The Fate of the Fallen, dumb as some of the creations were but throughout this new trilogy I always found the events to be a little forced.
Tiaan, the heroine of the war is brought back for no reason other than, well, I dont really know. I loved these three characters, I'd much rather that they hadnt reappeared rather than play these brief, and in the case of the Tiaan and Irisis, uncharacteristic parts that should've been more meaningful.
Cryl-Nish's character, so well developed over the course of seven books is sort of waved away in the last two pages. He's totally over her, after seeing her for the first time in almost eleven years.
A woman he idolised in life and obsessed over in death. And now he waives their relationship aside, immediately following her heartfelt declaration of love?
Nish is not that big a man. Lastly there was the set up for the Fate of the Children trilogy. Now I've known about this final addition to the three worlds series for some time now but have always assumed it to take place immediately following the events of The view from the mirror.
Seems kind of pointless, right? We already know what happened, right? Karan, Llian and their children have jumped forward in time; to five years after the events of this book.
I guess this means we wont hear from the heroes of the Well of Echoes or the Song of Tears anymore, except in passing; a shame, but at least we'll continue to deal with the delightfully insane Numinator, still bent on creating that most fabled of creatures; A quartine.
A brilliant conclusion to an epic journey. The complex, interwoven threads of the story, some linking right back into the history of the world, come together in a clever tapestry.
One sees Irvine's vision as some of the seeds planed in the early books sprout. Irvine is a master of the trilogy format; Each trilogy in the Three Worlds series has its own strong, rich identity, and each book within each trilogy has a slightly different feel to it.
Although you are reading a continuing story, you feel A brilliant conclusion to an epic journey. Although you are reading a continuing story, you feel like each chapter has a distinct flavour.
A great read, and a great conclusion to this third trilogy instalment in the series. And, of course, there's a tantalising promise of more to come, which will bring the series full circle.
Nov 15, Emily rated it really liked it. The sequel to this trilogy was certainly action packed. It had been a while since I'd read the first two books in the series when I finally got around to picking up the third, so some of the overall story details were a little fuzzy, but Irvine did a good job in revisiting aspects from the earlier books, so I always knew what was happening.
Nish, Maelys and the gang engage in the battle of a lifetime, making a final stand against the God-Emperor and the seemingly immortal being Stillkeen, and I The sequel to this trilogy was certainly action packed.
Nish, Maelys and the gang engage in the battle of a lifetime, making a final stand against the God-Emperor and the seemingly immortal being Stillkeen, and I can honestly say that it did not disappoint.
A longer and more detailed review will soon be available on my blog www. Jun 24, Sue rated it it was amazing. I totally loved this book and the whole 11 book series!
If you dont pick up this fantasy series by Aussie author Ian Irvine you are completely bonkers. The series starts with 4 books, then another 4 and the final 3 with one more in the pipeline.