Destiny The Taken King – PC

Destiny The Taken King PC

It was 4:00, and although my Fireteam should move away from fate: there are fantastic endgame raids hours of King Taken, the six players aggression has kept us awake trying to trample our way to the final boss. But a tough gauntlet cooperative is not the only thing fueling our lust for the best loot and a big shot – there are a lot of changes, big and small, that make the fate of a much better game. The short but sweet countryside, threatening enemies taken, intelligent bosses, and rewarding loot system, combined with another inventive raid, have made these gaming sessions late at night a regular thing. This expansion is the shot in the arm that fate had need.

The campaign is a very fun time, with a history of six short hours kept me intrigued and invested with clever level designs, gorgeous cutscenes and funny dialogue. Cayde 6-character steals the show with witty one-liners, delivered with enthusiasm by actor Nathan Fillion. major character that were underdeveloped in earlier expansions are featured more prominently. King Taken ditches barely-there plot of previous installments for a story with a clear villain and a role for us in the conflict. I missed the narration when he disappeared again into the background again once I had wrapped campaign, but the volume of things after not kept me too busy to complain.

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5 Comments on "Destiny The Taken King – PC"

  1. vugi June 9, 2016 at 06:35 - Reply

    Downloaded this and works perfectly

  2. bakir97 August 3, 2016 at 07:16 - Reply

    Thanks man its work perfect

  3. bluesmo October 3, 2016 at 06:35 - Reply

    Thanks for upadte … +1

  4. Glen November 29, 2016 at 12:51 - Reply

    Download is legit.
    Thank you for the up!!

  5. Albertson March 21, 2017 at 07:08 - Reply

    The game works really good !

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