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What is Destiny offering that's new and different?

Imagine yourself, back in 2001, playing the spectacular Xbox space shooter <i>Halo</i>. Now, imagine swooshing forward in time, to here, to 2014, playing <i>Destiny</i>.<p>As well as being impressed by the graphical fidelity of the new game you would understand, without being told, that these two very different games …

Destiny Won't Have Player-to-Player Item Trading at Launch

Character-to-character trading only, to start.<p>Destiny will not allow players to trade items with each other at launch.<p>“We’re really excited about …

Destiny Dev: Forge-Style User Content 'Excites the Hell Out of Me'

"I’m sure one day we’ll explore that.”<p>Forge-inspired user-generated content could come to Destiny, but Bungie isn’t ready to reveal in what capacity …

How Destiny Handles Cross-Generation Save Transfers

Bungie doesn't want players to waste time.<p>Exit Theatre Mode<p>Bungie is "really interested" in allowing players to transfer their Destiny characters …

Titan killer? Bungie hopes its new trailer for Destiny will hook first-person shooter fans

Activision and Bungie released a 7-minute gameplay video of Destiny today that they hope will sell core shooter fans on the massively multiplayer online game.<p>Made by the studio that created the Halo series, Destiny is a shooter game that plays like Halo but takes the storyline into a new fictional …

How the PS4 might crush the Xbox One once and for all

In terms of which next-generation video game console gamers think is better, the “console war” we hear about so often is somewhat trivial. In terms …

Here's what it's like to play Destiny, Bungie's first game since Halo

Bungie has been shy about revealing the nuts-and-bolts gameplay of <i>Destiny</i>, its first game since it stopped working on the <i>Halo</i> series. Today, though, the company has thrown open the kimono. In addition to offering its own gameplay video, it gave <i>Joystiq</i> and other outlets a chance to try the title for …