Destiny: Rise of Iron details – the Rise of Thorn

New details about Destiny: Rise of Iron have been released, courtesy of Game Informer. From what’s been gathered so far, ROI won’t be the overhaul that The Taken King was last year, but will further smooth Destiny’s edges and get it to the standard that Bungie had always intended. ROI won’t include an increase to the base level cap of 40, but will significantly increase light level, with 400...[Read More]

Destiny’s new expansion is next-gen only

During last night’s livestream, Bungie officially revealed Rise of Iron, Destiny’s upcoming expansion. It will mark the beginning of the game’s third year, and will most likely be the last DLC before Destiny 2 releases next year. With it, we will of course be getting new things to do, new gear, and a significant light level increase. If you’re a fan of Game of Thrones, you’ll be happy to see that ...[Read More]

Is the Destiny update light at the end of the tunnel?

– James Orr Destiny’s new update adds FREE content for owners of Destiny: The Taken King. That’s right, after six months of waiting, players finally have new things to do. Unfortunately, it’s only a couple of hours of content and one new exotic, Zen Meteor, which is a Playstation exclusive. But its unique effect, ‘Dynamite with a Laser Beam,’ is a Queen reference, so bonus points for that. T...[Read More]

Destiny: Sparrow racing and future DLC

  – James Orr The ‘Sparrow Racing League’ (SRL) arrived with the latest Destiny update. It’s the first event since The Taken King launched that includes new gameplay, unlike the Halloween event, ‘Festival of the Lost’ which, while enjoyable, was entirely cosmetic. Many players, including myself, were excited at the introduction of Sparrow racing, particularly as it’s free. It’s a featur...[Read More]

Believe the hype: Halo’s greatest ads and trailers

-James Orr Halo has been a monumental part of gaming for almost 15 years now, and a monumental franchise needs monumental marketing. Playing host to some of the greatest and most innovative marketing campaigns and trailers of all time, Microsoft, Bungie and 343 Industries have consistently built the hype leading up to the release of each one of their major releases. So with Halo 5: Guardians just ...[Read More]

Destiny to gain microtransactions and lose expansions

– James Orr An earlier leak has just been confirmed by Bungie, microtransations will be coming to Destiny. From October 13, players will be able to use their own money to buy “Silver,” a new in-game currency used to buy emotes. On its website Bungie stated: “This coming Tuesday, October 13th, Tess Everis will return to The Tower with a new look, a new storefront, and some new items to ...[Read More]

Destiny: The Taken King review: Bungie’s fateful return

-James Orr Destiny: The Taken King is a massive DLC that has taken Destiny to a new level. When I started playing I was taken aback by just how much new content there was, and it has taken me a lot longer to play through the majority of the content than I thought it take. It takes the cake and is fit for a king. Okay, now I’ve gotten that out of my system we can continue. From the very start...[Read More]

Diary of a Destiny addict

– Marz Raul Destiny was released for multiple platforms in September 2014, it was both one of the most disappointing games, but also one of the best games that year. As with many big-studio releases in recent times, the hype built around this game prior to its release reached fever-pitch. The proposition was way too good: the makers of the Halo series creating a first-person shooter with RPG...[Read More]

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