In Orbit #85: The Displeasure Gardens

September 19th, 2017

This week, In Orbit discusses the story in spoiler detail and goes into the lore that leads into “The Leviathan” raid, Destiny 2’s first raid featuring the Cabal and a story that is given background by an adventure on patrol on Nessus, but not directly involving the main story of Destiny 2’s campaign. In Orbit gives a review on the game, what we liked, did not like, and think needs to be improved upon.

In Orbit also goes into a brief synopsis of the raid. “The Leviathan” is a gigantic spectacle that amazes with it’s look and many parts are a ton of fun to play, but once again, the game goes through so many moments of inconsistency. One infamous room, “Pleasure Gardens” is giving many people are hard wall to overcome due to the inconsistent nature of the Royal Beasts that patrol the region. Stay tuned for next week’s episode where we give a review of the raid and a final review of the game.

We finish up with Messages from the Reef!

Kyle Kimlick – What are your thoughts on the clan experience as a whole in Destiny 2?

Jarret Redding – Do you think Bungie will release multiple raids per expansion?

RaspNogar – Based on the beta and Playstation play so far, do you think Destiny 2 will be able to succeed as an eSport on PC better than Destiny 1?

Eli Ansara – What was your favorite moment from the Destiny 2 story?

LuminousLamma – Power weapons: Is there a superior option for legendaries? All on same level?

JVaz – What is the most efficient way to level up?

GuavaDude – Weapon Mods: how do we feel is the best way to use them, why? When? Etc.

MediumRarely: Is there any must have guns or equipment y’all recommend for the raid?

Hosts

Born in the 80's, given a NES and Gameboy at a young age, Jorge grew up in gaming and experienced gaming in many cultures due to moving around the world. Now in New Jersey, an older Jorge continues his journey in gaming. Adobo included.

Been gaming since birth and he's not gonna stop now. Call of Duty was the first shooter that pulled him in and his love for shooters has developed into a love of Destiny. He's now a Guardian, proud to protect the traveler and slay my foes in Crucible.

A former professional cyclist, gaming has always been Jordan's preferred method of stress-relief. Traditionally an action RPG'er, he has recently been ensnared in the modern MMO/RPG/FPS genre, and talks about it as a host of In Orbit.

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