I have a few articles/videos in progress. But I’ve got to interrupt that programming to address something...Destiny 2 is a bad Destiny game. It was a bad Destiny game on the day it released. It was a bad Destiny game during the beta, it was a bad Destiny game the moment it was conceptualized.
Football season in the United States of America is BACK, baby!!! And so are the tweets about the New York Jets from Kotaku writer and self-avowed Jets fan Jason Schreier!
Whats up! Destiny is probably my favorite video game of all time. It’s hard to make such a bold statement but it is just as hard to contain my excitement for September 8th when Destiny 2 officially launches. Over the next few months leading up to Destiny 2 I will be filling TAY up with some Destiny goodness and…
The short answer is yes, but you probably have no idea what I’m talking about.
Bungie, a studio that managed to destroy over a decade’s worth of good will with a single game release, announced on July 7th (Bungie day, and the studio’s 25th birthday) a second year of “Moments of Triumph” to close out Destiny: Year Two before the release of the Rise of Iron expansion. Just like before, completion…
Whether or not you enjoy Destiny, a game about getting hyped for events before they are inevitably cancelled, it is generally accepted that Destiny has some of the best combat mechanics of any modern console shooter. In my case, these combat mechanics are a little too good.
Yesterday, it came to light that Square Enix had put in a memorial to the late David Bowie in its latest patch for Final Fantasy XIV. I thought it might be a good time to take a look back at some of the other memorials in video game history.
These are thoughts from my play session of The Taken King. I’m still early into content just finishing The Dark Below, minus the strike. I won’t bother with it. I’ll be moving on to Venus.
I was in first place... until I took a sparrow to the knee.
I’m confident the moment you summoned your Sparrow for the first time, your first thought was “I want to race this thing!” I raced people around anything that looked like it had a start and finish in the campaign. Thankfully, Bungie saved us from that brag-less endeavor and finally implemented proper Sparrow racing.…
When you broke up with your girlfriend or boyfriend, how many times did you go back to give it another shot? Once it was over, that was it, right? On to the next one. That’s how I felt about Destiny, yet, I’m giving it another shot.
When Destiny first launched, there were a lot of “little things” that created a frustrating experience for players. In Bungie’s latest Destiny expansion, the “little things” are what make the game far better than any of us expected.
Today my clanmates (All That Remains PS) and I were running through the King’s Fall Raid, and after clearing the Warpriest entered into the Golgoroth’s Cellar. Since it was maze-like and similar to the Gorgon’s Labyrinth, we thought to look around for hidden chests - and found one.
I’ll be the first to admit I don’t contribute much to TAY, I mostly lurk and occasionally comment, but I feel like I’m going to have to change that. Destiny’s new expansion “The Taken King” just released the other day and I’ve seen next to no coverage of it around here. Odd, because The Taken King is looking like one…
It turns out that pretty much anything can benefit from some kickass Mario tunes, and my personal highlight reel from Destiny year one is no exception. To be fair, I was inspired by Pyroman31’s highlight reel below:
As the song went: