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DESTINY NEW Super Good Advice Heavy Machine Gun Review (The Taken King Exotic)
Destiny Super Good Advice Year Two review for PVE
With the latest expansion dropping last month , "Destiny" now has a whopping 50 different exotic weapons, so we thought it'd be fun to rank them all. Now, for some background, I've personally played over 1, hours of "Destiny" since , and I've acquired and used a vast majority of these weapons. These exotic weapon rankings are not just based on their unique abilities, but also their overall usefulness. Since you can only equip one exotic weapon at a time, it helps to know which ones are worth that valuable slot. In-game description: "Wait for enemy to make a mistake. Stand by for Ghost Resurrection. Repeat as necessary.
Xur has arrived in the tower once again and this week he has a nice surprise for Friday the 13th. He is selling the Super Good Advice so with that said we can offer up a quick Destiny Super Good Advice Year Two review and give you a heads-up on if it is worth buying or not. The Super Good Advice perks include Crowd Control which can deal bonus damage with kills and also the Super Good Advice perk which can send missed ammo shots back to the magazine. The chance of this happening appears to be very high as well, making it an extremely fun weapon to use when you just want to have a blast on a short session. Check out the review below from Planet Destiny and let us know what you think in the comments. If you recommend buying this from Xur today, leave a recommendation to help out new players.
Come on, Xur, mix it up a bit. How about some fine china, or perhaps a little balloon modelling? A bunch of purple ammo synths would do almost as good a job.
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SUROS Regime (Exotic Auto Rifle)
Destiny's December update will add a selection of new and improved exotic guns and armour, including many old favourites from Year One. This year's expansion updated a number of exotic guns to Destiny's Year Two power levels, although many other exotics - and all legendary and lower guns and armour - were left behind. A photo posted by DestinyTheGame destinythegame on. Destiny's much-derided No Land Beyond sniper rifle is also being updated, to the amazement of some fans. Its finicky handling and need for much practice left it as one of the least-used exotics in Year One. The little-appreciated Dragon's Breath rocket launcher will also return. Perhaps this year, without having to live in Gjallarhorn's shadow, it will receive a little more love.
Compare the Heavy Exotics here. Missed shots may be returned to the magazine. Landed shots may be replaced in the magazine from your reserves. Super Good Advice has always been a bit of a slouch in the statistical standings, and Y2 has offered it no extra bonuses. In Destiny, the ones with the highest RoF also have the lowest Stability, despite being the very weapons that could use a higher base value.