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Average User Score: 4.8Oct 25, 2014I'm not sure where the fanfare for this game comes from, they could have just been more honest and titled it "Call of Destiny: Space Ops".I'm not sure where the fanfare for this game comes from, they could have just been more honest and titled it "Call of Destiny: Space Ops". There is NO content to the game, none, storyline is sparse and the little bit that is there is completely uninspired. There are five strikes, of which, depending on the day of the week you'll only be getting one, over and over from the weekly heroic and strike playlists. Gear drops are terrible, I mean terrible, and the grind to get gear is almost as bad as vanilla wow's pvp ranking and armor system in terms of grinding. You want to buy some purple gear? Enjoy 2-3 weeks of grinding the ish out of quests ("bounties") and running strike playlists, or live in the Crucible, which is their "arena" if you will, until you have enough rank to open the option to buy gear... THEN you have grind further to get coins from the aforementioned methods to buy said gear. After that, maybe you'll meet up with Xir and get some legendaries, at which point if you haven't come to hate the gear upgrade system already you''ll really start to for sure.
It's a garbage game, which the pacing of a j-rpg title from more than 20 years ago. You should avoid it at all costs.… Expand
Average User Score: 8.5Mar 11, 2014It outright disturbs me that people are rating this game so highly, it is over priced garbage. I completed everything in the game at rightIt outright disturbs me that people are rating this game so highly, it is over priced garbage. I completed everything in the game at right under 16 hours and the mechanics are so stupid the last thing I wanted to do was play through it again. If you're on the fence about picking this game up, I suggest waiting til it's 20$ which is about the most it's worth.… Expand
Average User Score: 7.6Feb 16, 2014The fact that this game has any 10 point rating is so absurd it's almost offensive. You couldn't have played much of the game and stillThe fact that this game has any 10 point rating is so absurd it's almost offensive. You couldn't have played much of the game and still thought it deserved that. Much of Kul feels like it was pilfered from Black and White, just more on the side of if you actually controlled your avatar and had none of the God powers. The game is pay to win through and through, you will never accrue enough souls (in game currency) to fully upgrade weapons and armor, and pumping around 15 in will get you decent enough gear you can manage lower levels with comfort and enjoyment but anything past hour 4-5 is absurd, your shrines will come under regular attack from other people level 17+ when you're barely level 11, they will when you are level 15 you will undoubtedly be invaded or assaulted by a lv 5-7 that's sporting fully upgraded weapons and spells and will kick the ish out of you.
The combat system is so poorly designed you that pvp reduced itself to nothing but a sloppy tango of uncoordinated dashing mixed with bouts of standing there and slugging each other before the one with the lowest life tries desperately to dash off and use some spells.
The entire experience falls apart very quickly unless you're willing to sink 100$'s in real cash into the game. This is the issue I constantly find with f2p models, they seem great on the outside, but once you start really looking at them, in order to gain full access to the mediocre content supplied you have spend WELL over what you would pay for a AAA game. Kul here is no exception.… Expand