Bungie’s first gameplay trailer at the Destiny 2 Reveal shows just how much they have been listening to the fans. Best part about sequels in video games is just how much feedback developers have to use and how they implement that into future titles.
Destiny is one of the most expensive games of our time, proving that the budget of a project will not reflect the final product. However, that business model wasn’t designed for a rigid game, but a flexible one, capable of expansions, patches, events, and sequels. This is what led to the critically acclaimed Taken King expansion, which added some much needed story to the game, while also showing o...[Read More]
Here at Marooners’ Rock, we’ve been spending some quality time with Destiny again. Face it, put Game of Thrones themes into a science fiction shooter and you have my attention, even if I never was a fan of Destiny as a whole, but we’ll save that for the full review. In other news, the latest raid has turned out to be one of the best, filled with crazy encounters and epic boss enc...[Read More]
During the first ever Destiny private match competition hosted by Major League Gaming it was announced that this would be a feature available to all current Destiny owners on Xbox One and Playstation 4. The Private Match feature gives Destiny players the keys to the Crucible with the ability to challenge friends and foes alike in 18 competitive modes on almost 30 maps. If you haven’t made th...[Read More]
Bungie recently held a Call to Arms weekend in conjunction with Stack Up to help find the military’s biggest Destiny fans. Their goal with this search was to find “deserving active duty or retired veterans with an honorable discharge” (they admit on their site that “deserving” is a subjective term), a group which they call the Air Assaults.
A promotional image has just swept through the internet, starting with Reddit (where all the leaks happen apparently) and being reported on by Kotaku. This image seems to be a direct reveal of the next expansion to one of the most over-hyped games of all time, Destiny. Only the image has been shown so far, but its assumed that Rise of Iron will be shown off at this year’s E3. Bungie should a...[Read More]
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