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JazzmastaJ

JazzmastaJ

7/19/2014 3:33:34 AM
Every Destiny gamer I have come across loves the dancing mechanic. Using it as a "distraction" in the crucible, or a celebration at the end of a successful strike, etc. (Reminder: This is an OPINION. This is not a personal attack on you for enjoying Destiny's dancing mechanic) ...But for me, this mechanic is a bastardization of what should be a serious game. Maybe it's my tendency to inject myself into my in-game characters, or maybe it's just how I have grown a distaste for the overused dancing mechanics in MMORPGs, but this dancing seems [i]exceptionally out of place [/i] within the world of Destiny. I know we have had, and will continue to have endless hours of fun with Destiny and the amazing worlds they create, but every time I'm wandering around Old Russia or the Tower and see a Guardian dancing... I am pulled out of my absorption into the game, and am made to feel like this is some sort of silly social club. The universe of Destiny is undoubtedly dark, inching towards [i]hopeless[/i] if the Guardians fail at their duty... Yet some Guardians decide to have random dance parties on top of Lord Shaxx. It doesn't make sense to me. [roleplay] In a world that is so intense, with comrades so driven by duty, honor and survival, it feels strange to me that dancing would be considered at all. You, my fellow guardians, feel free to dance, but you won't see me hanging around too much or dancing in the face of the darkness coming to crush our city. I'll see you out on the frontier. [/roleplay] done

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