‘The Mandalorian’ stirs up our nostalgia for an iconic ‘Destiny’ location

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it is undeniable that destiny and many other science-fiction franchises have star wars Thank you so much for the inspiration. One could argue that Bungie lifted straight from the Lucasfilm franchise’s playbook when it came to its shared world shooter with a lot of armor, which can often look quite Mandalorian.,esque.

However, the latest episode of the mandalorian Were we thinking of matters in reverse order. As Din Zareen and Grugu made their descent into the depths of the abandoned Mandalorian home planet, we couldn’t help but feel a spark of nostalgia, taking us back to 2014 and the game’s first raid, the Vault of… Glass.

A faint blue light bleeding through the surface to a mysterious and dreary hub of technology, filled with endless cubic shapes in a chaotic mess of asymmetry, could be a description of the sights we see beneath the surface of Mandalore and Let’s see in depth. The underground Vex Citadel on Venus.

Even when it came to the hostilities that awaited both Pedro Pascal’s character and the Guardians in their respective realms, there was an undeniable similarity in the ominous red glowing eyes.

To be fair, the aesthetic we’ve described could probably be found in many other sci-fi franchises, and it’s probably a stretch to say that Disney’s concept artists decided to take inspiration from Bungie’s world, but We couldn’t help but half-hope that Mando would be popping a few rounds at some goblins and hydras instead of Elamites.

as far as destiny Raids go on, we’re less than 24 hours away from the launch of the next Extreme Challenge that Bungie will throw at us – here’s how you can prepare yourself for it. As far as Din Zareen is concerned, he will resume his adventures in the next episode the mandalorian Available next Wednesday on Disney Plus.

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