You’ve already heard what Gavin has had to say regarding the early taste of Destiny. You’ve probably already ignored him, because what do Liverpool supporters know, amirite? I had a blast playing Destiny this weekend, an experience that I documented and went over. Here’s five things from the recent beta that impressed me, because you can totally trust a guy who has no strong feelings one way or the other to your favourite football teams.
If there’s one kind of pornography that never gets me into trouble, it has to be car porn. Those sumptuous spoilers. The feel of some bonnet booty. The lure of the leaf spring! The caress of the crank-shaft! All this, and more in the upcoming closed beta for The Crew! Here’s what you’ll find in that test version of the open-world racer.
Early access has been getting some regular coverage lately here at Lazygamer.net. It's a potentially dangerous thing which could see you spending money on a game which is either junk, or a game that may never see an official release if the developers hightail it. On the flipside, you get those developers who pour their souls into their work and their games genuinely evolve based on the feedback received from those gamers who pay upfront. I’ve spent some time with Door Kickers, an early access game on Steam, and it looks to be a solid investment.
So the people with great download speeds have been enjoying the Destiny beta for a few hours now while the rest of us keep cranking that handle to get the download done.
Happy Destiny beta day! Well, if you have a Sony console that is. The Destiny beta kicks off on PS3 and PS4 today, with the Xbox crowd getting in on the action later next week. Too bad Destiny won’t be looking identical on PS4 and the Xbox One by then.
[CLOSED] So you’ve heard about Destiny. In fact, you’ve heard LOTS about Destiny! Yet, you still don’t have any first hand experience, or no access to the mythical-yet-somehow-everybody-but-you-has-one beta key? Tata ma chance, tata ma beta keys right here as we have a few to give away!
The Destiny beta kicks off on Sony platforms tomorrow, giving fans a little taste of what’s to come in September. The beta is said to be bigger and more expansive than the previous Alpha, with Bungie wanting to test a host of different features. One of them is player progression, but you might want to avoid getting too attached to your new, shiny Guardian.
I honestly can't believe how much hype is circling this Destiny Beta - people seem as excited for it as they would be for a major game launch. It's all quite befuddling to me, but I'm also jumping on the hype train; why not give this cool game a whirl ahead of time just to see how cool it will be at launch? This new trailer says why it will be worth your time.
Thanks to the awesome people of Megarom, we can cordially invite you to try to join us to play Destiny this weekend. But there are only 50 slots, so you need to enter now. Also, more cool news about Destiny inside.
The Destiny Beta page is up and running, and you can go redeem your code today. When you do so, there is a wonderful surprise from Bungie - you won't be going to the Moon or a broken Earth alone, you can bring your best friends.
Destiny is coming soon to the PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One. It’s available to purchase right now on the PlayStation Network, and you’ll even be able to preload the game so that you can start playing the digital copy as soon as it hits midnight. Hopefully Sony lets you preload pretty early, because Destiny, like most games this generation, is pretty big.
Recently, a bunch of people got into the Battlefield Hardline Beta. In general, these types of semi-open Betas are to help developers find bugs, fix balancing or deal with server issues. But this video from Visceral Games says it's also about staying on message and using feedback.
Destiny is coming in September. Those of you who’ve played the alpha and want more, or those who’ve yet to experience Bungie’s big new thing, are waiting patiently for the game’s beta, which kicks off this month. We’ve known when it’ll start on PlayStation platforms, but nothing on when the beta would go live for Xbox owners. Now we know everything. EVERYTHING! Including details on the game’s incoming collector’s editions.
The next Battlefield game eschews the modern warfare, and is instead a protracted game of cops and robbers. What it doesn't shrug off, is Battlefield 4’s aesthetic; the game looks, feels and plays like an expansion pack. That’s changing though. Thanks to the recent beta, Visceral has welcomed community feedback and is making a number of changes to how the game feels.
I’m warning you, stay away. These Achievement/Trophy posts are possibly filled with spoilers. Don’t look Marion! Consider this your final warning! Why doesn’t anyone listen to me? C’mon guys, you don’t want to click for more info, I’m begging ya!