I don’t normally review video games, but after several late nights since it’s release date, it’s safe to say that this game has made an impression on me. If you played D1 then you’ll notice right away that you are able to use your old characters to play through the new story mode. A nice feature that is appreciated by many, myself included. Destiny 2, or Xbox I should say, has made LFG (looking for group) simple and easily accessible to everyone which opens up the multiplayer game in more ways than one! Find groups for PVP (player vs. player) and Strikes, and run through the opposition! If you’re more of a loner when it comes to your online gaming, Destiny 2 will put you into matchmaking and then find a group for you for the Crucible (PVP) and regular Strikes. However, Xbox’s LFG option is extremely helpful for players who want to get the most out of their gameplay. You can find dozens of folks on LFG all trying to accomplish the same events/missions as you. LFG is a must for players who wish to accomplish Nightfall (difficult strike), Leviathan (the raid), and Trials of the Nine (high intensity PVP). Once you have played around and found people you enjoy playing with, don’t be shy! Send them a friend request and keep playing! Chances are they’ll be back at it again the next day/week.
All in all, this game is a blast. 9/10 stars from me. Now that Bungie has fixed some of the glitches in the raid and elsewhere, I would feel comfortable giving this game a perfect score. If you enjoy first person shooters and MMORPG’s, this game is for you! Did I mention that Destiny has the same creators as Halo? What are you waiting for? This game is an experience that begs to be experienced. Indulge it.
Based on THIS article. Who is more unethical?
1. Recently, Walmart employees have begun to go on strike across America. Cities such as Dallas, Seattle, Miami, Washington D.C., Sacramento and San Francisco have all seen workers go on strike. According to the employees, Walmart is guilty of trying to silence and retaliate against workers for speaking out for improvements on the job.
2. Last Friday in Los Angeles, 60 employees walked out on their job at Walmart. Maybe it’s justified by the workers’ unhappiness with conditions, but initiating a strike doesn’t exactly solve the problem and may even exacerbate things. I think that the employees are unethical for striking. We should all know how much we’re worth, and we shouldn’t assume that Walmart knows. Employees haven’t been effectively stating their needs as far as payment and conditions go before beginning to work for Walmart. Employees are paid to work and that’s it. If you are unsatisfied with your job at Walmart then you get a better job that you’re happy with. You don’t quit without notice and attempt to hinder the company’s business. This act alone is unethical because the company hasn’t forced you to do anything against your will.
3. Both the employer and the employee have the power to fix this problem. Communication is the key to accomplishing this. For instance, Walmart could implement a program for employees to talk about conditions and any improvements that they would like to see. This would allow the workers to feel that they were being heard and can actually contribute to the company. On the other hand, employees need to know exactly where they stand with their employer. If they have concerns or issues, they need to bring those up with their superiors in order to handle the matter. Strikes don’t solve problems, people do.