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Destiny pre-order page hides references to PC, Wii U, and Vita

By Andrew Yoon, Feb 19, 2013 1:30pm PST

Bungie's next game, Destiny, is currently only announced for PS3 and Xbox 360. But, with monolithic publisher Activision behind it, surely more platforms are forthcoming?

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"If you look at other Activision game sites, they have the same code in them. It seems like it's ..."

- Derringer see all 3 comments

Destiny aiming to appeal to 'all skill levels'

By Andrew Yoon, Feb 17, 2013 6:30pm PST

"If you have the basic coordination to play a shooter, you can experience all Destiny has to offer," Bungie co-founder Jason Jones explained.

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"Unlike all those other shooters I am just unable to play because how do I used controllers"

- d fluke see all 18 comments

How Activision is influencing Bungie's Destiny

By Andrew Yoon, Feb 17, 2013 3:00pm PST

"From the developers of Halo and the publisher of Call of Duty." What does Activision bring to Destiny?

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"I dunno but the simplest answer is that Activision brings funding to Bungie. They also probably ..."

- Lucy Labia see all 23 comments

Destiny requires online connection, even in single-player

By Andrew Yoon, Feb 17, 2013 1:00pm PST

Even if you're playing Destiny single-player, you will need an online connection. "To play Destiny, you need to be connected," Bungie's Pete Parsons succinctly noted.

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"I did, I was simply explaining how console games generally can be cracked. Also regarding the ..."

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Destiny revealed: Bungie's ambitious online FPS

By Andrew Yoon, Feb 17, 2013 10:00am PST

Destiny exemplifies the very epitome of AAA game development: it aims to be nothing less than the biggest world ever created for a video game, while reinventing the FPS.

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"Ya, this is all cute but the issue here is paying $1265.31 to play an MMO on my console. $65.31 ..."

- rtricoche see all 141 comments

Pre-order materials for Bungie's Destiny leak

By John Keefer, Feb 15, 2013 10:59am PST

Bungie has already officially announced its massive FPS Destiny, with more information promised ofr this Sunday at 10 a.m. But posters are already showing up at retailers promoting pre-orders for the game.

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Bungie kicks off 'Destiny' alternate-reality game

By Steve Watts, Feb 12, 2013 12:45pm PST

Bungie has launched an alternate-reality game to promote its upcoming game Destiny, promising some reveals as the week goes on.

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Bungie teased 'Destiny' in Halo 3: ODST

By Steve Watts, Nov 30, 2012 9:30am PST

Bungie hid an easter egg in Halo 3: ODST for its next project, code-named "Destiny." The teaser has been hidden in the game for three years, but only recently made sense thanks to leaked Destiny images.

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Bungie releases image of 'next universe'

By John Keefer, Nov 27, 2012 5:00pm PST

Bungie has been mum about its current project Destiny since it was revealed in Activision court documents back in May. We know it going to be an Xbox exclusive coming late in 2013, and we know Paul McCartney is working on music with Bungie. Now Bungie teases us with an image...

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"I heard they are going to call it Metal Slug Gear Solid Killzone and it is an MMORPHDG."

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Bungie tapping beta testers for 'Destiny'

By Steve Watts, Aug 07, 2012 10:45am PDT

Bungie has started reaching out to beta testers for its so far unannounced game, according to the company's blog.

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McCartney working on music for Bungie's new game

By John Keefer, Jul 09, 2012 6:00am PDT

Music legend Paul McCartney is working with Bungie on the music for their upcoming game, announcing the collaboration via Facebook and Twitter to his fans.

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"Lame. I assume it's because Marty is a Bungie guy. This is like them bringing in Clint Mansell ..."

- Fred Garvin see all 9 comments

Bungie's 'Destiny' exclusive to Xbox, launching in 2013, original Activision contract shows

By Andrew Yoon, May 21, 2012 4:15pm PDT

The original contract between Bungie and Activision lays out a plan for four sci-fi "action shooter" games from Bungie, codenamed "Destiny," released every other year, beginning in late 2013.

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"I swear I remember that Bungie saud they wanted to explore developing different types of games ..."

- InfernoAblaze see all 7 comments