Destiny is fun and all, but you know what it really needs? Paul McCartney's hologram flailing his arms while a group of guardians sits in a semi-circle, peacefully contemplating what it means to be human.
Way back in 2012, when Destiny was still in the midst of development, Paul McCartney tweeted something unexpected: He was working on music with Bungie, the studio making the game.
Sir Paul McCartney had a video game. It is pretty awful, but it's also fascinating.
Back in January, Paul McCartney—yes, the former Beatle—said he was working on music for an unnamed video game. It now appears that video game is being made by Bungie, the original studio behind the Halo franchise.
The news that 44-year-old voice actress Ikue Otani - best known for voicing Pokémon character Pikachu - had died this morning has been spreading like wildfireonline. But has she?
Beatle Paul McCartney has done extraordinary things like writing classic tunes, making gobs of cash and being knighted by the Queen. He's also done regular things, too. He's a regular dude, too, you know.
Michael Jackson has passed away, and lawyers are currently picking through his estate. Jackson owned 267 Beatles songs, the ownership of which is at risk.
Heather Mills, the one-legged ex-wife of Paul McCartney, was apparently approached by Capcom to appear in Bionic Commando. Mills, prime UK tabloid fodder, reportedly asked for a six-figure-sum and demanded to be the game's star.