Sounds Like Destiny's Next DLC Will Be Way Less Cruel

When Destiny's first expansion pack came out last month, hardcore players were stunned. Not only did it ask them to upgrade their old exotic gear through a messy, convoluted process, it also rendered much of the loot they had acquired from the game's first raid, Vault of Glass, totally useless. Suddenly you could buy… » 1/25/15 2:32pm 1/25/15 2:32pm

​How Destiny Players Fixed One Of The Game's Biggest Problems

As much as I love it, Destiny is riddled with flaws, many of which Bungie doesn't seem all that interested in addressing. Most of them—like how you still lose ammo when you die—are things players can't do anything about. But the game's lack of matchmaking for its most challenging missions—one of its most glaring… » 1/10/15 4:30pm 1/10/15 4:30pm

Destiny Review Update: Four Months Later

Four months into its existence, Destiny is a better, more frustrating, more expansive—and ultimately, expensive—game than it was at launch. It's also very different, because after months of tweaks, it has become clearer than ever who we're really playing against: the people who made it. The player's greatest adversary… » 1/07/15 1:30pm 1/07/15 1:30pm

Destiny's Latest Exploit: Pulling Out Your LAN Cable

I like to think I'm pretty Internet savvy, so when someone first told me that the latest cheese for Destiny involves yanking out your ethernet cable, I thought they were screwing with me, like when some forum miscreant says that "Alt-F4" is the solution to your web problems. Turns out they weren't. It's real. » 1/02/15 10:00am 1/02/15 10:00am