8/4/2014 4:53:41 AM PermalinkA thing I've noticed is that few thread topics are about the game itself. I see all these threads complaining about nerfing/buffing stuff for crucible, beta progress, raid matchmaking, subclasses, weapon drops, armor, etcetera. These are things about the game, but not what the game is about. What about playing the game, and how it made you feel? When you played the first level, awoke as a guardian, and wondered at what had happened to Earth? Delving into a boss's lair and wondering if you were up to the challenge. I'm not too cool to admit I'm still curious about the Traveler. Maybe the Traveler will not be fully understood. I guess I'm old fashioned to still be marveled at the possible depth of this game, and how much there will be to see or explore. I could be naïve to think there is more to this than just a mindless shoot n' loot fest like Borderlands.
With all the post/discussions about the content in this game, especially the scope of the cap. Just wanted to add my outlook. When an orchestra comes together for a concert, is it the musician the finishes playing first considered the best? I just wanted to give that analogy to retrospect how people are treating the information released about the game. So much time spent on contemplating what your going to do at the end of it. How will you be able to even enjoy the moments up to that point? Have a better [i]overall[/i] experience, not a [i]afterall[/i] one. Not telling people they can't look forward to content and exciting news. Just stop making your final decision [i]today[/i] about something that's months away. We all want people to agree/see our opinions, let's just not grab our torches and pitch forks just yet.