Tag: the fallen

  • 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…

  • 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…