This afternoon, we’re trying something new: we’re going to stream ourselves playing Destiny, a psychostimulant cosplaying as a video game. »
Here is a cool thing that just happened in Destiny, a video game about learning how to somehow salvage your IRL relationships after you just spent 48 straight hours playing Trials of Osiris. »
Tonight, Bungie announced some crazy news in the world of Destiny, a video game where players fight against vile, disgusting enemies like the Cabal, the Vex, and Red Bull. »
The agony! The jubilation! The drama and disappointment! I have reached the top of Destiny mountain, and the view is spectacular. It was a pain in the ass getting here, but I guess that was the point. »
In 2011, hardcore fans started a video series chronicling tricks and glitches possible during the Halo: Reach campaign. Today, that series draws to a close with a new, over-the-top conclusion that tests how far Halo’s artificial intelligence can go.
Today, Bungie announced plans to add a new reward to Destiny, a video game in which Kirk and I just got to motherfucking Mercury. »
This past week, there was a lot of controversy surrounding Destiny, a video game in which players travel through space collecting unique resources such as Spinmetal, Helium Filaments, and Red Bull. »
Following a week full of controversy surrounding the video game Destiny, the developers at Bungie have posted an early “weekly update” apologizing for recent screw-ups and promising to address players’ complaints. »
Today, publisher Activision announced plans for a brand new exclusive quest in Destiny, a video game in which players travel space learning the true definition of corporate greed. »
This week, a storm of anger has enveloped the Destiny community. This particular storm was brought about by a specific thing that happened last week. But in truth, it’s been brewing for much longer.
Yesterday at E3, Jason and I had a chance to play a bit of the next expansion for Destiny, a game showcased at trade shows across the galaxy for journalists who secretly wish they were home playing Destiny.
The next Destiny expansion is called The Taken King, according to marketing materials leaked to Kotaku. It’ll be out on September 15 and will open up a new subclass for each of Destiny’s three classes, according to the leak.
Destiny’s new cooperative challenge mode is called “The Prison of Elders.” It’s a fitting name: Thanks to the way checkpoints work, it really can leave you feeling imprisoned.
Last week, a new Destiny event called Trials of Osiris went live. It was a big deal: tons of players participated in the event, in the hopes of winning cool new gear, or to gain access to a special exclusive new social hub. Some people wanted these rewards so badly, however, that they resorted to cheating. »