Here’s a delightful fan film featuring two Bungie properties: Halo and Destiny. What happens when the two collide? Hilarity.
Bungie’s sci-fi shooter Destiny isn’t without its faults. In fact, it has many faults. But one thing you can rarely knock about it is the game’s awesome armor designs. Now those lovely armors are going to be turned into a line of incredible Destiny 1/6th scale action figures by the fine folks at 3A.
If you've been playing Destiny recently, you might have heard of the mystical 'Loot Cave', an 'exploit' that allowed players to farm loot for hours - it's now gone. And I think that's quite possibly the worse thing Bungie could do to try and engender faith in its fledgling new community.
The Destiny review is out at Kotaku and Kirk Hamilton loves it. And hates it. But mostly loves it. But then he really hates it and he can't stop playing. I read the review and I want to put on an Oculus Rift and play it forever while being fed with Soylent Green through an IV. But perhaps I shouldn't.
Destiny is out! And whilst it might be the most-preordered new property in gaming history, not everyone who'd be interested in a new scifi story is necessarily interested in playing a shooter to find out about it. So let's take a look at a little of what we know about the universe of Destiny and its inhabitants so…
Sometimes it feels like the genre tales I love are in a storytelling arms race to constantly raise the stakes. We can't even just have the world under threat - it's the solar system, it's the galaxy, hell, throw in the whole damn universe while you're at it. What's happened to the small-scale hero in big entertainment?
Destiny, the sci-fi shooter from the makers of Halo, is out next week - so to celebrate Bungie has released this new live-action short featuring a whole lot of action and a whole lot of space magic. Let's dig in, shall we?
Ahead of release next week, Bungie have launched a new promotional site for their Sci-Fi rpg-shooter Destiny, offering a on-the-ground look at humanity's lost space empire.
Add Destiny—the new game from the developers of Halo—to the list of games I would like to play forever with an Oculus Rift. The depth of these worlds seems amazing.
Bungie rose to popular culture stardom more than a decade ago with a game called Halo, which became a gigantic $2.8 billion business. They are aiming to do it again with Destiny, a sci-fi game so immersive, they claim, that people will be aching to return to every day.
A new trailer for Stargate Universe's second season shows everything's been taken up a notch. There's more aliens, action and drama! We tried to answer every question you might have about the new season, on our set visit aboard Destiny.
It all started with that damn Oceanic Airlines billboard. Within the first six minutes of FlashForward's premiere episode, the similarities and connections to that other ABC time travel show became hard to ignore. Consider the evidence for a FlashForward/Lost conspiracy.