Fireteam Chat: IGN's Destiny Podcast

Fireteam Chat: IGN's Destiny Podcast

Published by: IGN
127 Episodes | First Released: Dec 2 '17
IGN's Destiny addicts convene to talk about the joys, trials, and tribulations of life as a Guardian.
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ByzantiumPrince
Nov 19
Rating:   10
Fantastic Show and Feedback

I love this podcast. I laugh at the inside jokes that both hardcore and soft core players should understand, and the content and thought put into these episodes is amazing! Love this show, personalities are fun and unique. 10/10, would/will listen to again.

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MiKE_U_
Oct 21
Rating:   10
5 OEM Titans out of 5

The best Destiny Podcast since it became the only one I watch! Love the guys, the jokes and all the butting heads

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billygoods22
Oct 20
Rating:   10
Tell Brian to open his mouth when he speaks

He mumbles and is hard to understand

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NotLiamC4
Sep 14
Rating:   10
Great

I just want to say that this podcast has helped me through tuff times.

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Ransomheights guitarist
Sep 4
Rating:   6
You people

I love you guys and love diving into the lore with you guys , every episode is so good. I skipped the most recent bc Mesa Sean is a big jerk ..

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HUGmeChampSTYLE
Aug 9
Rating:   10
Farewell to another good host

Literally teared up listening to cj at the beginning of the video. Gonna be missed sir.

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pjQRm
Jul 29
Rating:   8
Please normalize your audio

I want to like this show but the audio is always super funky. You need to mix your audio so that the output is the same for all individuals and for your music/intro. I have to turn this all the way up in my car to hear anything. Then when it switches to radio, my face gets melted off by Joe Jonas telling me how much of a sucker for me he is...You can do it

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CardboardCrack
Jul 13
Rating:   6
It’s ok I guess...

I used to like this show far more than I do now. I still listen because I like podcasts and I like destiny. This show is mostly complaining now and it’s kind of annoying because the hosts don’t seem to know very much about destiny. Maybe they don’t play more than a few hours a week and that’s fine. But I really have a hard time because they work for IGN. It’s not like some guys got together and did a YouTube video in their kitchen. These guys are getting paid and working for a reputable gaming news org. The production quality is top notch. The content delivered is kind of meh, with news that isn’t always accurate and opinions, while passionate, seem misplaced and under informed. There are other destiny podcasts out there that get things right and are more entertaining. For context I am just a casual gamer and dad, playing 10 hours a week or less. I feel like they should be more informed or experienced than I. Most of the time they can’t even get the names right when referring to items or game lore. That being said, I still listen each week and enjoy maybe 50% of the podcast.

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timoXcruz
Jun 18
Rating:   6
Toby

You know when the ghost comes in paranormal activity and the bass starts to rumble, that’s what I hear when I listen to this podcast in the car lol 😂

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EnderThaFoe
Jun 17
Rating:   10
Great Destiny themed podcast

It’s an honest podcast about what is great and frustrating about Bungie’s Destiny. If you’re a fan of the game this is the best podcast on the subject in my opinion.

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xbksmsmsna
Jun 13
Rating:   10
Good stuff

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Gift of Beard
Apr 27
Rating:   10
Ep 208 A Trip Down Audio Memory Lane.

I absolutely loved the section of this episode where you played different audio files and had to guess what weapons they were from, or different songs and had to guess which encounter they were from! Brought back so many great memories from both Destiny 1 and Destiny 2. I definitely wanted to take this opportunity to throw out one of my favorite soundtrack moments from Destiny 2: The Hunted!

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Mona.Wheeler
Apr 24
Rating:   8
Its good

You should know that this is meant as a video show and the sound is uploaded as a podcast. That makes a difference. Still a good listen.

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N0iSEA
Feb 9
Rating:   2
Made me hate Destiny

This podcast made me hate destiny to the point where I haven’t played it in about two months. They seem to enjoy completely different aspects of the game than regular players and they make suggestions on the podcast that bungie seems to be listening to. As a result of many of these changes suggested on fire team chat, Destiny 2 has evolved into a much worse game. Especially in the updates to Destiny that have come after the excellent Forsaken update. Since that expansion’s release, the game has gotten steadily but aggressively worse and in my opinion it’s clearly because of influencers such as fireteam chat and others. Many players who don’t like all of these changes have quit - leaving just the group of players that do like the changes which reinforces the idea that the changes were good because the current players like them. But that is faulty and circular logic. If I have 100 friends and I start abusing them and 95 of them leave so that I am left with five friends I should not conclude that my friends enjoyed being abused - the majority of them obviously did not..They also just don’t seem to understand gaming and marketing concepts like market differentiation. In the most recent episode they were talking about how a battle royale game would work in destiny and all of their suggestions were to make it a battle royale game similar to Apex legends, PUBG or F-nite. However, destiny should use it’s own strengths in a battle royale game. There’s no reason why just because those other battle royale games do something that destiny has to do it. (Destiny is well set up to differentiate itself in this genre. For example, in the other games you run around and pick up weapons and attachments. The fun of destiny is using weapons that you are used to and that you love. Nevertheless, the alleged experts suggested that destiny should do the same thing as all its competitors, rather than being destiny and allowing players to come in with all their equipment. Further they wanted to take supers out of the game or at least nerf them in the battle royale mode. This would be a huge mistake because there are plenty of battle royale games without supers. Someone who wants BR without supers can still play those games. Destiny could carve out its own place in the genre by having all the fireworks of supers constantly going off. I question why people who think supers are too powerful are even playing Destiny in the first place - but they certainly shouldn’t be the ones opining on D2 in a podcast. Supers are integral to what D2 is and always was.I strongly believe that this podcast is bad for Bungie and their sales and I believe that this podcast is also bad for the gaming industry because of their lack of knowledge of what makes a good game paired with their constant insistence on making suggestions to “improve the game.

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Ryguy614
Dec 26 '18
Rating:   10
Fair representation today

What a great way to explain that there are 3 types of Destiny players. I never looked at it that way. I love Destiny can only do 6 hours a week. I’m definitely in category 2. Sometimes you folks (or one of you specifically) make me upset when you attack bungie’s decisions (ie: last wish timing, black armory power start, etc). Nevertheless, I realize you are there to provide a critical eye and engage in discussion. Thanks and please keep it coming.

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Xhere14
Dec 11 '18
Rating:   10
Did I just experience harmony among gamers?

I really love how Sean was being a brothers’ keeper to Destin frustration. And it’s funny; normally Sean would be the hardcore guy yet logical and consciously perspective in his arguments. But in this episode he was being a peacemaker. Good job guys. I stop playing Destiny a year ago. Why do I still listen to this show, because the show itself is engaging and kinda makes me feel smart.

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Xtb03x
Nov 15 '18
Rating:   2
Meh

Kind of sick of how these guys are getting so negative. Especially the last episode about the Activision call. All they did was complain about not having anything to do in the game and when they list off the things they have actually done, they are missing a good chunck of content. There are plenty of other podcasts out there that aren't so whiney, and negative all the time. Get new hosts and maybe that will help.

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Jibbis
Sep 27 '18
Rating:   8
Great show!

Can’t stand Fran and his whining. 5 starts if Fran leaves.

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M Prime
Aug 7 '18
Rating:   10
Great team; fun and honest

Great group of guys that discuss all aspects of the game and keep it truthful. I’m with you guys even if you switch to covering another game. (Division, Ghost Recon, etc.)PROS:No cussing!!! I can listen to this show with my son and not have to worry. Please don’t ever change this. Simple and to the point. No excess discussion, no inside jokes that can’t be explained in under three minutes, no incessant giggling, and not preoccupied with sounding cool. CONS:Too short (though probably why it’s so great)Fran isn’t always on.

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Frankcastle614
Jul 29 '18
Rating:   8
Love it

Love love love the podcast have since day 1. But unfortunately one thing hasn’t changed and needs to Fran is a completely pretentious DBag!!!!! FIX IT lol

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