Michael might have been laughing so hard he couldn’t breathe at the latest turn of events he’s talking about in this week’s Video Game Tuesday, if he hadn’t been writing similar posts every year for the last four years. Bungie’s at it Again, and Michael’s really getting sick and tired of this crap!
As the first full expansion for Destiny 2, the Curse of Osiris takes us to some new places, and challenges players with new combat waves and bosses, plus provides about two hours of new story content.
The first of three Destiny 2 – Expansion I: Curse of Osiris livestreams begins at 11 a.m. Pacific, Wednesday, Nov. 15 on Bungie’s Twitch channel. This livestream will focus on the new places you’ll visit, the new characters you’ll meet, and the enemies you’ll fight. Publishers: Activision Developers: Bungie Platforms: PlayStation 4, Xbox One
Bungie and Activision Publishing, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Activision Blizzard, Inc. (NASDAQ: ATVI), delivered for the first time, the world-renowned, first-person action game, Destiny 2, on PC across the globe today. Destiny 2 has received more than 70 global awards and nominations to date, including winning “Best PC Game – Game Critics Awards: Best of E3 2017,” and industry nomination for “Gamescom Award 2017 – Best PC Game.” The console game, released on September 6, was recognized as the best-selling console game of 2017 in the United States to date with less than one month of sales by … Continue reading Destiny 2 Charges Onto PC
As gamers, we love to complain about developers and publishers when they screw up, or when they turn seemingly tone deaf to our requests and demands. But sometimes, they get it wonderfully correct. Here are three recent examples of smart efforts to do great games right.
The original Destiny broke the mold, offering an RPG/Shooter and Online combo game that was fast and furious. But it was missing some key elements, like a deep plot. Have no fear, Destiny 2 keeps its predecessor’s best running and gunning elements, while fixing myriad flaws. Your Destiny is here!
Bungie and Activision Publishing, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Activision Blizzard, Inc. (NASDAQ: ATVI), deliver the world-renowned, first-person action game, Destiny 2, to players across the globe at 12:00 A.M. September 6 regionally in each territory where available at global retailers on PlayStation 4 systems with additional, timed exclusive* content, and Xbox One (PlayStationPlus or Xbox Live Gold subscription, respectively, required for significant features). On the heels of celebrating the biggest Beta in Bungie and Activision Publishing history, and after receiving nearly 70 global awards and nominations to date, including industry behemoths “Best Multiplayer Game and Best Social/Online Game … Continue reading Destiny 2 Begins Worldwide Console Launch
It’s getting close to the time when gamers need to decide if they want to pick up Destiny 2 at launch, engage in some type of pre-order deal making, or simply wait and see if the game is everything that is promised. Todd knows what he is doing. Do you?
Michael’s back with some of his worries after playing the Beta for his favorite game to hate on for this week’s Video Game Tuesday. It’s his Destiny 2 Beta Concerns.
We dive into the console version of the Destiny 2 beta, with the PC version coming in August. For the most part the game looks great and plays smoothly, though it’s very similar to the original. It’s worth a shot if like the sci-fi shooter and MMO mix.