In just a couple of weeks, Peter Dinklage will no longer be in Destiny. Let’s take a moment to remember him.
For a long time now, the world has laughed at Peter Dinklage’s voice acting in Destiny, a video game about the slow, inevitable progression of death. Soon, that voice acting is going to change. One might even say it’s going to become legend.
On one hand, there are so only so many ways you can design a window.
As teams of professional gamers battle for a $5 million prize in Seattle, our first look at Adam Sandler, Josh Gad and Peter Dinklage suited up for the action comedy Pixels is soaking in '80s gamer dork stereotype.
Destiny was in alpha a few weeks ago. Now, starting today on PS4, Bungie's upcoming shooter is in beta, with a few changes awaiting players. One of those changes has cut the most notoriously goofy line of dialogue from Destiny. That's right: Peter Dinklage's bored-sounding exposition about moon wizards is no more.
Last week our image manipulation savvy readers were tasked with visualizing "That wizard came from the moon", a line of dialogue spoken poorly by Peter Dinklage in the beta for Bungie's Destiny. I had no idea the phrase could be taken so many ways.
Usually the weekly Kotaku 'Shop Contest begins with a funny image or dramatic idea. This week's is based on a single sentence, delivered passionately by one of today's most beloved actors.
You might have heard a few rumblings on the internet during Destiny's Alpha weekend recently that Peter Dinklage's performance in the game is... well, not exactly Tyrion Lannister. But, having spent some time playing the game myself, I think Dinklage is shaping up to be a cool companion on your Guardian's adventure.
We were all pretty excited when Bungie announced that their much-hyped multiplayer shooter Destiny would feature beloved actor Peter Dinklage, best known for his show-stealing portrayal of Tyrion Lannister on Game of Thrones, in a large voiceover role.