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In case you havenít noticed from all of the news posts lately, tomorrow is a pretty big day for Destiny players as Bungie finally unleashes The Taken King. To lighten the mood a bit, PlayStation Japan has launched a new live-action trailer that features a very dedicated player who really wants his friends to play Destiny with him.
When Rockstar Games introduced the Rockstar Editor into the lives of gamers for GTA V it was a given that it would open up a world of creative new possibilities for gamers to exploit with the tools, and they didn't disappoint. One of the big new machinima that is catching a lot of attention is a shot-for-shot remake of HBO's True Detective intro from season one.
Bungie decided to introduce a unique new way to promote the upcoming launch of The Taken King expansion for their first-person shooter Destiny, and that's by putting the player character front and center in the newest trailer.
Destiny's first major expansion, The Taken King, is set to arrive this Tuesday, Sept. 15, and it promises to offer the toughest fight Guardians have come up against thus far. To celebrate, a new live action trailer has gone live that introduces a particularly brave Fireteam to the alien deity, Oryx.
Xbox Live Indie Games has been a home for indie developers on the Xbox 360 for a number of years now but, come 2017, the service will be discontinued completely.
Rockstar is finally adding in the game mode that everyone expected to be a part of GTA V since launch. The new Freemode Events allow players to hop into the online portion of the game with no lobbies, no menus and most importantly no loading screens, and just have fun.
Gaming and porn seems to go hand-in-hand. It might seem unlikely to some but according to the recent breakdown in statistics by YouPorn, a large portion of gamers really love spending a bit of time browsing through the pornographic website whenever they can.
Destiny patch 2.0 is officially here and, with it, the team at Bungie has given the popular first-person shooter quite an overhaul. Some changes have turned out to be a welcome improvement while others are a bit of a disappointment. On the whole, though, it looks like 2.0 is paving the way to an even brighter future for Destiny.
The long awaited patch for Destiny leading into the official year two content headlined by The Taken King has gone live. The patch brings the much discussed nerf for both Thorn and the Gjallarhorn, as well as a complete overhaul of some of the perks and a pre-launch level cap increase for all players.
There's a comparison floating around from the first ever screenshots for the Xbox 360 version of Rise of the Tomb Raider. The highlight is that the Xbox 360 version of the game is actually a lot better looking than you may have been expecting.
It's not fun to get completely annihilated in a Crucible match in Destiny. To make defeats a little less crushing, Bungie is instituting a "Mercy Rule" for certain competitive multiplayer modes.
We already knew that Destiny was planned to have a 10-year life cycle but, thanks to some documents from a recent legal dispute involving the developer, Bungie, we might have a better idea of what type of launch calendar is planned for the years ahead. In short: It looks like there are three more major releases planned to follow The Taken King.
The Behemoth recently announced that a remastered edition of Castle Crashers will arrive on the Xbox One beginning September 9th. The game will feature all new high-def textures and assets as well as a brand new mini-game and it will be free for some players.
Rise of the Tomb Raider will differ from the 2013 Tomb Raider reboot in one significant way: it won't have competitive multiplayer.
Rockstar Games is offering a bevy of discounts on a variety of vehicles in their GTA Online game for the Labor Day weekend. The deals mellow out at 25% off discounts on everything from boats and military gear to planes and sports cars.