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Tom Clancy's The Division - Xbox One

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    24hrs+ of Gameplay

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    Broncos777
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    You know those games with the little annoying "time played" clock on the main menu, this is one of them. I always disliked this buzz kill as it was a constant reminder of time wasted playing video games. Believe it or not, this game has earned my respect. I've spent less than one hour in the Dark Zone & have vested over 24hrs in this game. Yes, one full day of my life gone to Tom Clancy's, Division. As a casual gamer 2-5 hours a week, this should tell you how deep this game is & that I wasn't so casual about my time in this game. Here's what I like. AI is smart, tough, brutal and smarter as you progress. The online connectivity through Xbox Live is simple, fun & innovative. Add or drop out of online game sessions as desired. Multiple side missions that correlate to the main story keep it interesting walking the streets of NYC. The story is compelling and believable. The weapon and equipment load outs are plentiful and forever improving. Co-Op reminds me a bit of Gears of War, with the duck and cover, revive me before I die function, which I like. I don't like: no vehicles to access, yet you walk the streets with hundreds there for the taking, Running through a massive city like NY gets old fast. What saved my short attention span of hiking city blocks to get my mission in, is the "fast travel" function allowing you to move fro safe house to safe house quickly. Making travel throughout the city feasible, but not enjoyable. I'd still prefer a vehicle of some sort as an alternate. I also don't like the limitations of online verses mode which can only be found in the Dark Zone when an agent decides to go rouge. Developers could have incorporated more blue vs red online features. Instead its Red Vs the computer, unless a gamer chooses to go rogue, then die quickly vs AI and JTF agents. Developers really missed here. Also, If you prefer FPS games, you may not like the game. Its all over the shoulder gameplay unless you're sniping. Overall gameplay feels like Dying LIght, with less jumping ability and more weapon/gear loadouts. Graphics and design are bar none some of the best I've seen on Xbox one. Lights go out when you shoot them, all windows break as you'd expect. Shadows & lighting are superb. I found it interesting that the game allows you to harm animals, but not civilians. I attempted to attack a civilian man yelling at a women. All they do is look at you funny and run. But catch a dog doing taking a number 2 (seriously)& you can shoot to kill? Puzzling, Best of all, I've had the game since launch date in early March & have 24hrs logged with so much gameplay left to experience. It's massive, but not too overwhelming. Anyone that played Dying Light will find familiarity. Weapon crafting, guys with flamethrowers you can explode, lots of climbing on buildings and ladders. No vehicles/tanks to travel in. Get past a slow start and get as many safehouses uncovered as possible. I haven't spent much time in the Dark Zone, didn't find much purpose after the intrigue left? Will revisit once missions & side missions complete. Guessing that could be another 8-12 hours of gameplay. A game worth your $60 bucks, even for the casual gamer like myself!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great game, prepare for the loot grind

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    Mercool
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    The Division's a great game. A lot of gamers have compared it to Destiny since that's really the only comparable game out there in this genre, though they do have some differences. One difference is the Division is a cover-based, third person shooter while Destiny's a first-person shooter like Halo. The Division is also more reality-based (versus Destiny's science fiction background), being set in New York after a virus outbreak decimates the city on Black Friday using infected currency. Basic social services and government services break down and chaos ensues. The Division is activated to bring order back to New York. The story is much clearer than Destiny's. You start with basic armor and weapons, then as you progress and level up, find better gear to handle the tougher enemies and missions, with endgame content being in the PvP area called the Dark Zone. The DZ is basically your high-risk, high-reward area. Loot you find there is "contaminated", meaning you can't equip them yet you successfully extract it by helicopter, which takes about 90 seconds to arrive from the time you call for it. It's during that butt-clenching time when other players can potentially kill you for your loot. If you're successful in extracting your contaminated loot, then you'll find them waiting for you in your Stash at your main base or any of the safehouses you've unlocked, ready to use. The missions are generally fun, though the timed ones to activate certain items can sometimes be tedious especially when there's no one to battle. What's the point of playing a shooter game with no one to shoot? Up to four players can be on a single team. The gunplay isn't quite as satisfying as in Destiny. It's hard to describe but there's just something about gun battles in Destiny that feel tighter and just generally better. I'm finding it a little difficult getting better loot, only because I haven't put in as much time as some of the more hardcore players. There were various exploits used to farm for the better, "High-End" gear that have since been patched. And with nearly all of the best gear being found in the Dark Zone where other players can steal your hard-earned loot, it can be frustrating. I've lost some loot in the DZ to other players and it's definitely annoying after spending so much time there trying to improve my gear loadout. I'm still playing and having fun with my friends, and the first free update drops tomorrow, with more content set for the next year. So I can't wait to see how it all plays out!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Extremely fun and refreshing game

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    EuLoGy
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    It has been awhile since I've played a game that made me think. "Wow, this feels pretty original!" This game made me do just that. The story may not be groundbreaking (another end of the world/virus epidemic based in new york storyline) but the game play and game modes are very good. The gameplay is 3rd person and is a "cover based" type game (think Gears of War). I love the open world aspect and all the side missions available. You can run around solo doing these missions and collecting gear or you can easily match up with friends or other players to face more difficult missions including the dark zone. The Dark Zone is the refreshing part. It's the pvp+pve multiplayer mode of the Division and is represented by a blocked off chunk of the city. Once you enter, the only people you can trust is yourself and members of your group. There are hard enemies waiting for you but the biggest threat is the other Agents that can go "rogue" and kill you and others to take your equipment you have collected in the Dark Zone. The goal is to get Dark Zone experience, credits and new equipment which you can do by killing AI enemies or... other Agents. Before you can use the equipment you've collected in the "DZ" you must call in an extraction to take it away for sanitizing. Unfortunately, if you die before you can extract the equipment in your dark zone backpack these items can be taken by others. Extractions show up on the map so it attracts both AI and other Agents, be prepared to defend yourself! I have spent many hours playing this game and I'm still hooked on it. There are scheduled updates coming soon to expand it even further for free plus paid DLC coming as well. The only real CON(s) about this game are the tiny bugs and glitches you may run across from FPS drops, random freezing, etc. But it still hasn't chased me away and see them fixing many of them soon. If these weren't present I would've given it 5 stars. Overall, I highly recommend this game to any type of gamer but be warned. The language is very adult orientated so it is not for kids.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent Game

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    MrBiggs
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    Let's just bring out the most important aspect of this game, for any potential buyers. 1. This game involves repetition. What I mean is you WILL do the same thing more than once. You WILL perform the same mission, over and over. You WILL walk around the same map, MULTIPLE times. You WILL encounter the SAME enemies more than once. Basically, you will have many, many moments of repetition. The game is developed with this in mind. If you are a person who needs constant change, new levels, scenery, enemies, boss battles, etc. to enjoy a game... stop reading now and go pick up something like Rise of the Tomb Raider (another amazing title), this one is not for you. For those who enjoy the grind to the top, honing your skills, changing out equipment like weapons, gear, armor, yo help improve your odds on higher difficulty levels. You'll enjoy this. If you enjoy playing with friends, matchmaking, pushing your skills to the limit with ridiculous odds in gun fights, this one's for you. If the idea of a devastated New York, complete with underground subways, random enemy encounters, loot and gear to collect thorghout the city, sounds like a good time, you've found the right game. If battling other players in areas that leave high level items for you to collect, while stressing about returning to a "Safe Zone" in order to actually "collect" your item, all the while staying alive in random gun fights... then you've found the right place. The game is about becoming good at something you've done, over and over. Very similar to the game Destiny. And if you hated Destiny, save for the different location/characters, I can't imagine The Division changing your mind. However, for those who enjoyed Destiny (even if for a short period) the new locations, guns, enemies and difficulty levels of The Division can keep you entertained for quite some time. Playing with friends or through matchmaking extends this much further.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Join The Strategic Homeland Security Division

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    Lastwizard
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    The Division is great as both a solo and multiplayer (four-person team maximum) RPG cover-shooter. While it has aspects of FPS games like Call of Duty, you control your avatar in the third person like most popular RPG games. The Division has a realistic combat feel in the sense that you must take cover and plan your strategy. It is an open world, modeled fairly exactly on downtown Manhattan NYC, including sewers and sky scrapers, many of which can be entered and explored. It's not Fall Out 4, and would compare to great RPG post-apocalyptic shooter-type games like State of Decay. Unlike those games where you have a choice to be "good" or "bad" in The Division you work for the Strategic Homeland Security Division and must be good, and can not join any of the criminal factions in the game, though oddly enough you can kill and loot DHS agents in the PVP Dark Zone area, which is separate and is not required for end game play (though there isn't much else to do at the current level cap of 30). One of the most novel things about The Division is the open world is a very realistic depiction - street by street - of downtown NYC. If ever you wanted to plan out an armed ambush in the streets of New York, this is the game for you, as you will spend the majority of game time in such firefights.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Not for the COD fans at heart

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    NTxRU
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    #1 - Been playing since Beta and Day One Launch... STILL PLAYING and LOVING EVERY MINUTE! Presently have completed 4 characters to Lvl 30 with max gear scores. This is a tactical cover shooter that makes no qualms about being such... Gears of War was probably the first such game I played years ago, but unfortunately it quickly tried to move into the full-on FPS mode with its online MP. I enjoy COD as much as the next guy, but again it gets boring and tedious in terms of 'character' advancement. The Division fundamental game content from Lvls 0 to Lvl 30 are extremely impressive and DEEP. One can readily put themselves into the role-playing aspects as an Agent struggling to restore NYC. This is wonderful PvE content, IMHO. If you want PvP FPS content then this is likely not your game to play. The endgame content (beyond Lvl 30) is still enjoyable but not well balanced. The Dark Zone region of the game is unfortunately completed blown up and literally UNNECESSARY for the rest of the game. Again my characters are all max geared out but none of them have played more than a few hours total in the DZ. The free add-on content is pretty good and I enjoy the initial DLC Underground content, but it's getting mixed reviews. Suggestion of course: Rent the game and seriously play for a weekend. Don't look for cheats or expect someone to carry you to max lvl... this doesn't give you the full experience of the game and it's story content. Once you're immersed, then you'll be able to decide for sure if you want to invest in the full game and maybe the DLC.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Fun but Broken

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    SoonerLawyer
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    This game is an online, multiplayer, third person shooter. You have to have an online connection and XBOX live to play. Because it's an online game, your experience will vary depending on who you play with and what types of jerks you meet in the dark zone. Then there are the bugs. The game has weird problems where characters magically fall through floors, server events fail to start, guns fail to fire,equipment fails to work ,and every time the developer fixes one bug they tend to create three more. Yet, I'm still having fun with it. The game has clear and obvious problems. If you choose to play it solo, it becomes boring and a bit repetitive, but with a group, it's still addictive and fun. In the middle of the city, there is an area called the "dark zone". This is an area where you are likely to run into other players. You may need other players to complete missions in the regular game, but in the Dark Zone, those same players can kill you and take the stuff that you've picked up while in the dark zone. They will then laugh and mock you relentlessly. (Those of you who think I'm talking from personal experience are correct.) This wouldn't be a huge problem, except that when you get to the end game, the Dark Zone is essential to progress and level up your character. Teamwork and communication are essential. If you don't have a headset and microphone, many groups will simply kick you out. The game has some serious problems. The bugs have broken the game more times than I can count. But the setting is unique and the game can be great fun.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Pretty Cool So Far - 5 hours in

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    mattalert
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    Let me say. I hate Destiny at least whatever shell of a game that originally launched. Never played Taken King and never will give that series another try. The Division on the other hand is exactly what I was looking for when I bough Destiny. Things that stand out to me so far in my first 5 hours. -Graphics look really good to me and runs smooth -Servers are running stable -Great atmosphere and environment to run around in -Attention to details is really impressive -Character and weapons are fun to mod -Loot is addictive -Matching up with friends or randoms works really well My negatives -Menu screens can sometimes be hard to read -Missions and enemy variants seem limited and will probably start to feel repetitive as i progress to the level cap -Dark Zone (to me) is okay. Wish more of the Dark Zone aspects were in the standard game and not put off to one area. Would have been cool to have factions in game that you had to deal with. I've barely scratched the surface and happy with the purchase. I do wonder though if I'll really pump a lot of hours into this after I hit Level 30. With so many other great games out and coming out this year, I'm not sure if the Division will make stick around. For the time being, it's really enjoyable and I can't wait to dive back in this weekend.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Nice graphics but gameplay gets grindy

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    LightGamer
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    The game is pretty fun to play at first with your friends or by finding randoms. The game mechanics are pretty nice and it seem pretty simple but in the end how you choose to play can be complex if you really get into it. Depending on how fast you play through the campaign side, it could be over fast but you can repeat missions and play PvP as well. There are supposed to be new updates each month with the season pass which should keep things somewhat interesting. I didn't play Destiny but I hear the concept is similar to it. Unfortunately, the game gets a bit repetitive at the end where you have to grind through missions to get certain points or materials in order to craft items with random perks and bonuses on them multiple times until you get the "perfect" item only to have it become obsolete by the new updates. The system is in a little bit of a mess right now because the update in a few days (April 12) is supposed to change drops and crafting dramatically (for the worse) and make it even more grindy. Only time will tell. It's ok if you play it casually but you won;t be much good in pvp unless you really get into the intricacies of armor, damage, health, etc.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Awesome & more fun (so far) than Destiny

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    omgitsdose
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    Been playing this since the beta release, and this game really is more fun than Destiny. You get all the customizations and rpg-ness in the gameplay, but a much more grounded story. Speaking of story, while it's not full in-your-face kind of story telling (you get a quick explanation of whats happened to get to where you are), there is so much more in little things that you find throughout the game that gives you an idea of what happened through different individuals eyes, learning more as you go along. The missions are fun, keeps you on your toes. AI is smart, and forces you to keep moving around, and making much more calculated and tactical decisions, instead of just run and gun it every time. You can play on your own or with your squad (i do wish you could have a bigger squad as opposed to just 4). It gets REAL interesting when you get into the Dark Zone, where you constantly have to watch your back from everyone. Overall a real fun game. Looking forward to whatever tupe of "raid" they bring to the table in the future.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Excellent game with Horrible Glitches

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    ByshopSyn
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    Tom Clancy's The Division is the most addictive game I have ever played. It sucks you in with the incredible RPG min/maxing possibilities and holds you there with electrifying battles and stunning urban settings, HOWEVER, there are SO MANY GLITCHES it's lucky to get a three star rating. You fall through walls, get kicked off the server, get stuck in the digital furniture, and all this after you have spent hours fighting deadly AI only to have to restart due to glitches. Also you could lose characters and items after program updates. The glitches are bad enough, but the players exploiting them can ruin your gameplay. These cheaters can pass through walls and shoot you with impunity. They glitched earlier versions of the challenges and have built super characters. Or they glitch the weapon talents and can due millions in damage to you. If these glitches had been worked out before release The Division would deserve a solid 5 star rating, as these glitches haven't been fully addressed as of the writing of this review, I have to give it 3 stars.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Pretty grindy, not too fun

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    tsuha
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    I was excited for the division for a few years, after they did their proof of concept trailer. I then played the last beta, and liked it well enough, so I preordered at Best Buy a few weeks before release. I'd say, if you game alone primarily, you will not enjoy this game. It is even more of a loot grind than destiny, which has its faults. But this game isn't as mechanically polished as Destiny, or even Gears of War, for that matter (the closest cover based 3rd person game I can think of). At least with Destiny, you are fighting gods and aliens and robots, that helps suspend disbelief for bullet sponge enemies. The Division throws apparently normal guys at you that take dozens if not a full clip of shots to kill. I know that's necessary to fulfill the RPG element, but it does take away from the game. Bottom line, playing solo, some parts are almost impossible for an average gamer like myself. And just not that fun.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Beautiful, but to me, only fun with a friend.

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    Josh
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    To start, I did know what I was getting into after reading a lot of stuff about the game. But to borrow a phrase, it really is "run to this location and hold down the right trigger until this guy's health bar is gone". And that's where my title comes in. I tried playing alone and it was so boring, but when playing with a friend it really can be fun. The strategy and teamwork over chat, having to revive each other when downed. One problem with teaming up online though, is you pretty much have to level up right along side your friend or you cannot play together and the lower level friend have any fun. If you're level 13 and your friend is 30, you can blind cover-fire, and the enemies will shoot your hand a you'll go into dying mode. Also, it's possible to sneak around just a little bit, but bafflingly, even if you manage to keep a group from knowing you're there, there is no instant melee kill from behind, I know that not exactly the tone of the game, but seriously, just one animation for the cases where it's possible.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great military based action RPG!

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    MrMojoRisin1971
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    The Division is a great Action RPG with a different perspective. The Division is set in modern day New York in the Tom Clancy universe; so it has a different feel than most RPG's which are usually set in the fantasy or sci-fi genres. The controls are easy to use and there is a great variety of weapons to utilize. The story is interesting and keeps you wanting to level up and progress. The addition of the Dark Zone where players can, but don't have to, kill other players is an interesting take on multi-player. You can go solo, which is not recommended, or you can team up with other players to take down both AI controlled enemies and other players with the goal of confiscating and extracting weapons and other gear to help you player improve. It has its own monetary system, separate from the main game, for earning money to spend with vendors. The Division is offers a great escape for players that like a good action RPG. Would recommend this game to anyone!!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great Game unlike any other FPS out there.

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    Schooley
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    The Division is a great new twist on the basic, everyday, shoot em up. Tom Clancy has once again taken the genre of FPS to a whole other level. Between Division and Siege, these games have opened up the genre so much. The games are both totally different but even totally different from anything else out there which makes them unique and very fun to play. The Division is a fun and exciting game to play by yourself or with others within the online community. There is always something new to do, new ways to play, and limitless opportunity's with friends and other players around the world. Its a game that keeps you wanting to play, whether you like to play a sneaky rouge style, or if you are the risky adventurous type that likes to run in there guns blazing and hope for the best. I think there is a little bit of everything in there so everyone could fit in and fall in love and work together, or stab people in the back and steal all of thier loot! :)

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Get out there and save The Big Apple!

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    Onrald
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    Good shooter with decent AI enemies with interesting quirks (like enemies that reach an obstacle and stop in the middle of you shooting them because being a clay pigeon is so much smarter than just using the obstacle for cover or climbing over it). Doesn't happen enough to really ruin the game but it is noticeable. If you like exploring and lone wolf style play you'll be OK as you can still make it through the game this way but be advised that working with other players will rank you up faster. Storyline interesting and, as in Fallout 4, lot's of individual stories to find in the game. Downsides? Not nearly as big as Ubisoft alleged it would be and doesn't play like they said it would either. No player control of helicopters (as in at least one trailer) and no special weapon sights (thermal, infrared, etc). Other than those complaints I find that walking the "Dark Zone" is an interesting experience. Free mission soon to be released too.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    A desitiny 1 game for Destiny fans

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    ElKabongo
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    If you have been disappointed with how Destiny 2 turned out and you are a fan of the first one, then Division is about as close as you can get to the grind/loot mechanics of the first Destiny game with out actually playing it. Yes, it's a "realistic" setting and yes there is not "magic" however the class skills and perks work out in similar ways to the original destiny and more importantly, the end game is very similar with random rolled weapons and gear. In any case, if you are looking for something to get into that is similar to Destiny in terms of end game, you may want to check this game out. Obviously don't go into this game expecting the 100% exact destiny experience. It is a different game. However if you are looking for the end game that Destiny 2 is missing, you may want to check this game out instead.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Has Potential

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    MattySouthShore
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    This game is riddled with glitches and is not a game for the easily frustrated. Although to gain the full experience you'll have to pay for a season pass, you are presented with a unique type of story. Following suit with Ubisoft games, they want you to find a ton of meaningless junk similar to the Assassins Creed games (ignore it unless you want achievements). The 'Dark Zone' is a PVP arena with mini bosses all over the place, you must kill them to earn superior and high end equipment to boost your characters gear load outs, but you may also be attacked and have your items stolen from you by other online players. As it stands right now, thousands of users are heavily geared due to Ubisoft releasing the game with hundreds of glitches and exploits. The no lifers who first bought the game and grinded the exploits are at a sever advantage to the average user, so beware of the dark zone at this time.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    A revolutionary take on an open world multiplayer.

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    Kevin
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    This game should be on every adults must buy list! Tom Clancy Games have always delivered great content- whether it tactical shooters like rainbow six, or stealthy action games like splinter cell. This is a combination of all the best bits of Ubisoft shooters- allowing for exploration with your team of online buddies, encountering a gorgeous yet grim recreation of new york city. The threat of other players looms in the background and you never know who might be friend or foe. This game will be a definitive "next generation" title. The beta was excellent and I'm excited come gameday to pick it up. Also best buy offers an amazing price with gamersclub- not only is it discounted by 12 dollars, you get the bonus of 10 dollar gift card as well as exclusive preorder content.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Solid Destiny replacement.

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    Munkeller
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    Pros: It's more RPG than pure Cover shooter, but shooter fans will dig it. Very pretty hunting NY with weather effects (snowstorms!) Excellent mechanics (especially the cover system) Loot, Loot, Loot! Cool cosmetic gear that doesn't effect stats. Level up happens quickly. Drop in/out co-op Cons: Server shenanigans (it requires an Internet connection so when servers go down or need Scheduled maintenance you can't play) Some side missions get repetitive. Occasional Technical glitches (character lip sync can be off in cut scenes. Sometimes you fall through the map as well as certain things won't trigger during mission causing you to gave to restart it) Overall : The game is far from perfect, but I couldn't put it down. Whether I'm playing solo or in a squad the game is lots of fun. If you liked Destiny, but are the mood for something more grounded look no further.

    I would recommend this to a friend