Halo theme composer and Maestro Chief Marty O’Donnell is no longer a Bungie employee, as the audio wizard has just been terminated by the company.
Destiny is one of the most highly anticipated games for this year and the big question is whether or not the team over at Bungie can actually pull off their highly ambitious plans.
It may be a hundred days until E3, but when the Wrestlemania of gaming is over, it’s only a hundred days until Destiny finally arrives. Give or take, my maths might be terrible on this. As usual, the game has plenty of pre-order bonuses to wave in front of players. And it’s also going to have plenty of cards that might bestow further bonuses when redeemed. Come get some.
You’re a busy guy. And the universe is crammed with competition in Destiny, as plenty of players are itching to get their hands on some of the exotic weapons and guns that litter our cosmos. You’re going to need some wheels pal! Or more specifically, some fancy-pants hovering speed engines.
Bungie and Activision have taken a massive gamble by investing in Destiny. The gaming market is unpredicatable, and even the biggest of games can bomb badly. But Bungie is also banking on the fact that players will be starting an emotional savings account for Destiny, when the game arrives later this year.
Destiny, the new shooter from the chaps who brought you Halo is coming later this year. September 9 for PS3, PS4, Xbox 360 and Xbox One, to be more precise. Bankrolled by Activision, it’s the first project for the company that isn’t Halo since Bungie was acquired by Microsoft in 2000.
Destiny, the incredibly ambitious new shooter from Halo-maker Bungie is a game that’s best enjoyed with others. While not the MMO some have billed it as, it’s a shooter with large-scale events that’s built around playing co-operatively. Bungie’s said you’ll be able to play the game solo if you choose, and that’s true for the main story, but you’ll have to find a friend if you plan to finish everything.
This year's E3 showed off a lot of pretty new games. Two games which people are really excited about are the MMO shooters (although apparently they don't like being called MMOs) The Division and Destiny. However, we still have a long while to wait before we get to pew pew with friends.
The latest issue of Game Informer has dropped, and thanks to the magic of it being PRINT, it had plenty of details on the upcoming star-based trooping game Destiny from Bungie. Do you want to know more?
Remember Alexander Velicky? He's the 19-year-old who made Falskaar, an enormous 25-hour Elder Scrolls: Skyrim expansion, as a job application to Bethesda. Well, he got a job, but not with Bethesda.
Anyone who pre-orders Destiny will get access to the Beta. We've known this for a while now, and anyone who is amped about the game should totally jump on that bandwagon. But now, it seems that Bungie is forging a special relationship with Sony.
We’re pretty much done for the year, with big releases. Battlefield, Call of Duty and Assassin’s Creed having released. A few other games are on the way, but they aren’t as high profile as those examples. 2014 is where we pick up again, and Destiny is the big name game that I have my console eyes on. Pity PC gamers won’t get to experience it.
It’s been a bad year for games launching much vaunted online components this year. GTA V has had one hell of a rocky start so far, while Battlefield 4 is also home to numerous game-breaking bugs. Bungie has seen that, and obviously wants to avoid it for Destiny. So they’re throwing as many folks as possibly can into the beta.
Destiny is one of my most anticipated games coming in the next generation but at the same time it’s the one that scares me the most. I’m just not 100% sure they can pull of the epic scale that they are promising.
Destiny is one of those games we keep hearing about but hasn't really gotten the hype treatment, yet. I suppose it's just a bit too far from launch for all the usual build up. However, this new trailer looks awesome, and gives info on how to get in on the beta.