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Forbes posted an opinion piece about Bungie's choice of non-matchmaking in Destiny's endgame activities - how do you feel about the need to bring your own teammates into these events? CruelLEGACEY has opinions about this stuff - go throw in your own two cents!
Gamespot has posted the recording of Chris Butcher's talk at GDC this year titled "Destiny: Six Years in the Making." You can watch it over on their site or on their Youtube channel, and here is Bungie's own description of the talk:
At Bungie, we built games based on the Halo engine for ten years. However, by 2008 it was beginning to show its age and there were many core systems that were ill-suited to a modern game development environment. For our new game, Destiny, we sought to develop an engine that would last us just as long as the Halo engine had. This talk will cover the six-year development arc of the Destiny engine, from inception to ship.
(Thanks to uberfoop for posting about it on the forum, even if I didn't notice until after the fact!)
There's been some debates on our forums lately about Raids lacking matchmaking. Brenna Hillier over at VG247 wrote an interesting article about why Raiding in Destiny is not for everyone. Obviously won't end any debates, but she makes some interesting points.