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Forums > Submission Feedback > Suskie's X-Men: Destiny review

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Author: Calvin
Posted: January 10, 2012 (04:38 AM)
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Harsh but probably a fair assessment.

I'd like to think some of the blame falls on Activision and the nature of most licensed development. Not everyone gets Rocksteady time or resources, sadly. Or Batman.

Here's hoping for an Eternal Darkness 2 anyway.


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Author: Suskie
Posted: January 10, 2012 (11:56 PM)
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Honestly, having played Too Human, it's really not difficult for me to believe that Silicon Knights simply made another bad game. Though Destiny does feel noticeably more rushed.


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