You can become a pumpkin-headed legend in Destiny, thanks to the game's latest update, which adds a handful of Halloween-themed items. The most important of those, at least from a visual standpoint, is
Destiny’s players aren’t the only ones critical of the smash-hit first-person shooter. Developer Bungie also has some regrets. Despite selling $325 million worth of copies in its first five days, Destiny
This article may contain spoilers for Destiny. You spent years waiting for developers to hurry up and release a big game. You buy it, take it home, and play through it in a couple of days. It’s awesome.
You can't throw a stick in the games press without hitting a story about Destiny. Every patch is covered in great detail, each new loot cave is pored over pixel by pixel. The volume of coverage about game
YouTube user Marszie has undertaken a daunting task: to recap and explain the story of Destiny. In a video fittingly named "Destiny's story in 4 minutes (give or take ten minutes)," he goes through the
Bungie's first efforts to improve Destiny's loot system are coming in a patch next week, the studio announced today. Destiny players have been finding workarounds for the game's stingy loot system, with