Tag: Bungie

  • Capturing the Light – Destiny 2 Impressions

    Capturing the Light – Destiny 2 Impressions

    *Destiny 2, like its predecessor, is meant to be taken as an MMORPG experience. This also means expansion packs in the near future as well as continual content updates, making it difficult to give a full review. Therefore, Last Token Gaming’s review will be an impressions piece instead. Release Date: September 6, 2017 (Playstation 4…

    *Destiny 2, like its predecessor, is meant to be taken as an MMORPG experience. This also means expansion packs in the near future as well as continual content updates, making it difficult to give a full review. Therefore, Last Token Gaming’s review will be an impressions piece instead. Release Date: September 6, 2017 (Playstation 4…

  • Guardians of Bland: Halo 5: Guardians Review

    Guardians of Bland: Halo 5: Guardians Review

    Release Date: October 27, 2015 Rated: T for Teen Publisher: Microsoft Studios Developer: 343 Industries Platform: Xbox One Sometimes it feels like developers lose sight of the story they’re telling for the sake of a franchise’s longevity. Oftentimes the story loses clarity and focus, becoming a convoluted, drawn out affair that can feel stretched thin or heavy.…

    Release Date: October 27, 2015 Rated: T for Teen Publisher: Microsoft Studios Developer: 343 Industries Platform: Xbox One Sometimes it feels like developers lose sight of the story they’re telling for the sake of a franchise’s longevity. Oftentimes the story loses clarity and focus, becoming a convoluted, drawn out affair that can feel stretched thin or heavy.…

  • Destiny Review – A Calling Left Unfulfilled –

    By Patrick-James Reyes Destiny Developer: Bungie Publisher: Activision Released: 9-9-14 Platforms: Playstation 3/ Playstation 4/ Xbox 360/ Xbox One MSRP: $59.99 It has been four years since Bungie’s last game. Now at last we arrive at a new frontier of their design in the form of Destiny, but what is it exactly? According to those…

    By Patrick-James Reyes Destiny Developer: Bungie Publisher: Activision Released: 9-9-14 Platforms: Playstation 3/ Playstation 4/ Xbox 360/ Xbox One MSRP: $59.99 It has been four years since Bungie’s last game. Now at last we arrive at a new frontier of their design in the form of Destiny, but what is it exactly? According to those…

  • Deep Space of Expectations – Destiny Initial Impressions

    Publisher: Activision    Developer: Activision Platforms: Playstation 4, Playstation 3, Xbox 360, Xbox One   Release Date: September 9, 2014 Genre: MMORPG, FPS  Rated: T for Teen  MSRP: $59.99 Marketing is a dual-edged sword for any game – it either keeps a game from fading into the mass sea of other similar titles, or burns it asunder in…

    Publisher: Activision    Developer: Activision Platforms: Playstation 4, Playstation 3, Xbox 360, Xbox One   Release Date: September 9, 2014 Genre: MMORPG, FPS  Rated: T for Teen  MSRP: $59.99 Marketing is a dual-edged sword for any game – it either keeps a game from fading into the mass sea of other similar titles, or burns it asunder in…

  • Until Tomorrow: Destiny post-beta Impressions

    By Terry Randolph and Domenic Dalpez Last week, Ryan and I spoke of our impressions on the highly-touted Destiny beta that you can read here. The beta just ended on Sunday after opening up a mission on the moon for a few hours, and a special event that lead to items you keep for the…

    By Terry Randolph and Domenic Dalpez Last week, Ryan and I spoke of our impressions on the highly-touted Destiny beta that you can read here. The beta just ended on Sunday after opening up a mission on the moon for a few hours, and a special event that lead to items you keep for the…

  • Borderlands: Halo – Destiny Beta Impressions

    by Terry Randolph and Ryan Goddard  Bungie will always have a problem whenever it releases a game; Halo. Every game the studio makes will always draw comparisons to it; from the way guns handle to art style and everything in-between. With Destiny, Bungie is hoping to create something “revolutionary” and “nothing we’ve seen before” (aka…

    by Terry Randolph and Ryan Goddard  Bungie will always have a problem whenever it releases a game; Halo. Every game the studio makes will always draw comparisons to it; from the way guns handle to art style and everything in-between. With Destiny, Bungie is hoping to create something “revolutionary” and “nothing we’ve seen before” (aka…

  • Under the Surface – Fallen London Review

    Text-based games? Nobody plays those anymore. That’s why we have graphics! I don’t want to read “Master Chief splattered a Covenant grunt on the side of his Banshee,” I want to see it in all its splattery detail! There’s a lot to be said for super-pristine graphics with each hair on your character’s head being…

    Text-based games? Nobody plays those anymore. That’s why we have graphics! I don’t want to read “Master Chief splattered a Covenant grunt on the side of his Banshee,” I want to see it in all its splattery detail! There’s a lot to be said for super-pristine graphics with each hair on your character’s head being…