Rubbish Destiny Crucible Match Transforms Into A Dance Party

We've all been there. You and your online buddies are playing your multiplayer game of choice. You're getting absolutely destroyed. It's not even close. It's not even really a fair fight. Don't you wish you could just abandon the whole game and dance? Just get down and boogie? This is precisely what happens in the above Destiny video.

This is great. During World War I in the trenches both the Germans and the Allies miraculously stopped shooting each other to play football. They suspended the war to give each other GIFs.

I see this as Destiny's World War I Christmas moment. Everyone just stopped shooting each other in the face to dance. To dance in the face of armed combat. I'm used to being abused online. Humanity at its worst. This is humanity at its best. Getting down.


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    Oh my god it's beautiful! Gamers acting like human beings! Maybe there truly is something positive to this Gamersgate movement!

    I haven't been this happy since the last time in Invasion where 5 of the 6 opposing enemies quit and I manage to convince everyone to not dogpile on the remaining guy and just let the time run out.

      Our team would always let the other team tie if it was reduced to one opponent. It takes a bit of coaxing them out of their base with the honking Warthog, ready to chefeur then to the objective but hey, you can't blame them for having trust issues.

    I love that the enemy team allowed the timer to run out - good sports!

    Reminds me of a time when my CS team were getting completely destroyed and none of us were having fun. Solution? "Righto everyone, all knives, rush A!!!" followed by a genius team mate playing the Benny Hill theme song over their mic as we got slaughtered. The other team clued on and joined in with the all knives for all the remaining rounds. Benny Hill theme continued to play. Hilarious.

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    Hehehe i laughed...out loud even! Awesome that they were good sports and joined in!

    During World War I in the trenches both the Germans and the Allies miraculously stopped shooting each other to play football. They suspended the war to give each other GIFs.

    The only problem was that with the technology on their phones at the time, the GIFs took so long to download that the congestion brought down the entire western front's network, and so the soldiers were commanded to stop using them.

    It's a shame that the editors at Gawker won't do the same thing.

      Hahaha! I was looking at that typo waiting for someone. You sir just won the interwebs

        I'm not even gonna fix this typo. Because fixing it will make it worse.

        I'm not even gonna fix this typo. Because fixing it will make it worse.

          Does that include this double post?

          Last edited 22/09/14 8:25 pm

    Ha! Hopefully this makes other studios add light-hearted animation options to their games. I play a lot of Battlefield and wouldn't mind just playing jump rope when my team hits 10 tickets.

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