If you are interested in trying out Destiny before you buy it, you are in luck. Bungie has released a demo for download on XBox 360, XBox One, PS3 & PS4. A few days ago I downloaded the demo and spent a few hours playing it today. The demo contains a pretty complete version of the game and so far, I haven't made it to the end of it. So far I have played the introduction, the initial Earth mission and spent some time in the Tower interacting with people. After the first mission, "The Divide" the other missions you can play are "The Dark Within" and "The Warmind."

Destiny is one of those games that received a ton of praise and criticism. After spending... Read All

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If you have been paying attention to the release of Bungie's new game Destiny you may have heard some people take point to aspects of it. YouTube sensation loadingreadyrun has created a fun 8bit styled video about some Destiny quirks.

Not sure I am going to pick this up on console and if it ever does come to PC, I can't wait to try it out and join the "destiny complain train."

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If you are a Playstation 4 (or 3) owner, or you have a really good friend who is, and have pre-ordered Destiny at participating retailers, in less than seven days, on July 17th, you'll no doubt be pacing in front of your console, waiting, what will feel like forever, for the Destiny Beta to download. Xbox users will have to wait a bit longer, till July 23rd. After that install, though, you will be knee deep in moon wizards and nothing else will matter. It's because of this euphoric tunnel-vision that I'm offering a simple guide of things you might want to look out for on this sweet, sweet journey.

  • Check your email! Before, during, and after the Beta, keep... Read All

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Read an interview today with Eric Hirshberg of Activision publishing about Destiny coming to PC.

"It is [a good fit], and it's something we're talking about and looking at very carefully, and obviously it makes a lot of sense with the genre and the type of game it is," Hirshberg stated.

"You know, developing on PC is a different animal than developing for consoles and so we just want to make sure that we're putting one foot in front of the other and getting it right, and that it's of the highest possible quality. But obviously I see the same things about the natural fit."


This seems to be a serious nod that a PC port will come for Destiny and if is the case... Read All

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One of the questions i've had since I heard about Destiny has been "what kind of shooter is it?" I mean, I always knew it was a shooter, but what made Destiny different? Clearly the people at Bungie had something unique in store and after watching this latest interview video with Pete Parsons, I have a much better idea. Destiny seems to take many ideas from Borderlands but seems to do things a bit differently with it's social hub play.

Oh yeah and the game just looks incredible too.

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"Delve deeper into the world of Destiny with the Bungie team to discover more ways to become legend on this new adventure."

Destiny looks beautiful and this documentary shows off how much time and polish Bungie has been spending on it. I am interested to see how the on the fly co-op works in the game as well as experience the lush visuals first hand.

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Typically I don't nab a console for one game but Destiny looks so good I might make an exception to that rule. Since I have never owned an XBox I haven't played any of the Halo games and Bungie's next game seems like a re-visioning of that universe.

With the Steam Console being on the unknown horizon and the PS4 seeming to support the Indie scene as well as it claims, I might get a next gen console much quicker than I thought.

What do you think, does Bungie's next game look interesting to you? If so how do you plan on playing it?

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