Halo used to mean quality. Its campaigns were all heroic military sci-fi, full of brilliantly-designed levels and enemies. The multiplayer was some of gaming’s best, supplying pulse-pounding firefights and thrilling victories. There was a time when a new Halo game was a guarantee of greatness. Since developer Bungie… »
Just when people were starting to get burned out on Destiny, a video game about the endless hunt for a decent ghost shell, along comes a set of Halloween festivities that made me giggle way too hard. »
In the summer of 2013, months before they were supposed to ship their next video game, the game developers at Bungie went into panic mode. »
The word “microtransaction” evokes a vivid picture: A board room full of suited executives, salivating over profit margins and pondering how they can become the next Clash of Clans. Pair this nasty term with other provocative buzzwords like “pay-to-win” and “Activision” and you’ve got a guaranteed way to get gamers… »
Destiny, a video game in which players travel through space doing the Carlton on as many planets as possible, will now let you spend real money on dances. Finally.
The hunt for Destiny’s most mysterious weapon is over—and it ends not with an epic puzzle but with a single heroic strike. »
Destiny, a video game in which players spend hours and hours dropping out of strike playlists, is still full of secrets. Today’s involves a little old place called the Vault of Glass. »
Destiny is getting microtransactions, sources tell us. Don’t freak out too much, though: We hear this paid DLC will be limited to cosmetic items like emotes and sparrow skins. And the developers at Bungie will be doling out free story content every few months until next fall. »
Destiny is both refreshingly simple and terrifyingly complicated. It’s mostly about shooting aliens in the head... but it’s also about mastering a complex system of currencies, equipment, reward tiers, and experience points. I’m here to help.
Deep in the bowels of Destiny, a video game in which players travel through space wondering how the hell Bungie got away with that damn crucible bounty quest, there’s an enigmatic weapon that nobody’s discovered yet. »
Today on Kotaku Splitscreen, we’ve got a very special guest: Destiny: The Taken King director Luke Smith. »
Destiny, the video game that won Peter Dinklage an Emmy, is now full of hidden secrets, some of which you’ll probably never find on your own. »
For the past week, I’ve done very little but play Destiny, a video game in which you travel through space lamenting that Destiny has gotten way harder to make fun of in the first lines of Kotaku posts because it’s so friggin’ good now. »
Multiple teams raced to the finish over the last seven hours, eager to complete the newest Destiny raid, King’s Fall. But only one group can claim first. »
If you started playing Destiny today, you may have noticed an unusual number of your friends doing the same ancient low-level mission. Why would they do that? »