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Of course it will be some time before we really know what Destiny is. Sure, we know about its nuts and bolts along with the heavily trafficked "Become Legend" strap line. Buy Testosterone Booster Australia However to really see what players make of this game, how the community engages with it will take a little longer. Halo took many by surprise originally and it will be interesting to see if our expectations around Destiny will also need realigning.
Therefore advising families on whether to buy the game is a little tricky before we've all played a lot more of it. But for parents the Buy Viagra In Bangkok decision around whether (and how) to best enjoy Destiny in the family home is pressing from the day of launch. To that end I've put together a two minute video that runs through the good, the great and the ugly of Bungie's new opus.
In Europe, PEGI rates Destiny as only appropriate for those who are 16 or older, with content descriptors for Violence and Online play, stating that Destiny "contains frequent moderate violence".
Common Sense Media told me that it expects to give Destiny a "suggested target age of 14, stating that while "it's not nearly as gritty or gory as Call of Duty", it does feature "combat with guns and the occasional melee blow or stab and a bit of alien (not red) blood", though "it's not as visually intense as most shooters" and "the combat is sci fi and mostly against aliens in co op."
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He also highlight's Destiny's likely high profile in the mind of gamers coming in part from the investment it took to create it. "It's one of the most expensive games ever made, and it will be very heavily advertised and marketed so, if your child plays video games, they are likely to hear about it and might feel social pressure to play it as a part of their social lives with their friends."
In terms of its themes, Destiny paints a bleak picture of one potential future of humanity, in which we achieve the technological progress needed to colonize other planets in the Solar System but are then nearly wiped out. It's a story of survival and heroism on the human level but also has mythic or potentially religious themes with the mysterious magical protector called The Traveler.
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