Whether or not you enjoy Destiny, a game about getting hyped for events before they are inevitably cancelled, it is generally accepted that Destiny has some of the best combat mechanics of any modern console shooter. In my case, these combat mechanics are a little too good.
I was in first place... until I took a sparrow to the knee.
When Destiny first launched, there were a lot of “little things” that created a frustrating experience for players. In Bungie’s latest Destiny expansion, the “little things” are what make the game far better than any of us expected.
It turns out that pretty much anything can benefit from some kickass Mario tunes, and my personal highlight reel from Destiny year one is no exception. To be fair, I was inspired by Pyroman31’s highlight reel below:
She’s sexy, she’s lethal, she’s invisible, and while everyone wants to play her, no one seems to know how. Let’s discuss some tips for playing Nova in Heroes of the Storm!
What a clever name for a TAY series! I’m so clever!
Sorry, Mr. Hardy. Sorry, Ms. Theron. Sorry scary clown/skull-faced dude. There is but one character that stands out above them all in this incredible film: Flaming Guitar Guy.
Earlier today, my wife texted me a video clip. Her next text was the title of this article. (WARNING: This article contains late season 3 spoilers for Arrow. WARNING FOR ARROW FANS: This article contains an opinion that Arrow is a bad show.)
That's right ladies and gentlemen, the heavy ammo has returned!
Someone decided to fix the Jurassic World trailer, and by "fix" I mean... I have no idea what I mean, but it's amazing.
There have been countless articles that point out how broken Destiny is in its current and former states (and rightfully, so), so why not talk about how Bungie can find a way out of that giant hole they've dug themselves into?
Last night I had a bunch of friends over to check out the freshly released DLC pack for Mario Kart 8. The new content is awesome, but my friend felt differently after he was robbed of first place at the end of the Hyrule Circuit track!
Don't get it? You probably don't play Destiny.
Look at it. LOOK AT IT! Need I say more?
The road to Destiny's end-game gear may not be as long or difficult as you might think.
Most of the disappointed reviews for Destiny have been totally fair, but that's no reason to give up on what could become a great game.
The people have spoken, and it turns out a lot of those people thought "sherbert" was a word!
I'm really enjoying Destiny, but I just can't wrap my head around some of the baffling social decisions Bungie has made for the launch of the game. Here are three ways they can improve Destiny's social experience.
The people have decided, and yeah... I was kind of expecting the results.