Destiny 2.0 Impressions — A Prelude to The Taken King

Destiny launched a year ago with all the anticipation one would expect from a game developed by Halo creator Bungie. The game received solid critical praise, but many felt the game was incomplete. Factor in the confusing story, repetitive missions, and two $20 expansion packs in The Dark Below and House of Wolves, which arguably were not worth that much,Continue reading “Destiny 2.0 Impressions — A Prelude to The Taken King”

Destiny 2.0 Patch Goes Live Tomorrow, Previews The Taken King

In anticipation of The Taken King expansion, Bungie is launching their 2.0 patch for Destiny tomorrow, September 8. One of the most exciting aspects about this patch is that if you are on the fence about purchasing The Taken King, you will still be able to preview certain aspects of this much-anticipated continuation of theContinue reading “Destiny 2.0 Patch Goes Live Tomorrow, Previews The Taken King”

The Gaming Community Is Its Worst Enemy

Video gaming communities are among some of the most passionate of fan bases. They are also some of the most vicious communities out there as well. Gaming communities can make waves and can visibly influence the effects on the way a game was meant to be developed. This is shameful because video games are a form of artContinue reading “The Gaming Community Is Its Worst Enemy”

Microsoft Releases Opening Cinematic of Halo 5: Guardians, and it Doesn't Disappoint

Halo is Microsoft’s flagship franchise, and in anticipation for Halo 5: Guardian’s release on October 27, Microsoft has released the three-minute opening cinematic for the game. In the clip, the Spartan Locke along with the rest of Fireteam Oasis set out on a rescue mission to recover a high-valued target. The beginning of the clip startsContinue reading “Microsoft Releases Opening Cinematic of Halo 5: Guardians, and it Doesn't Disappoint”

Microsoft Releases Opening Cinematic of Halo 5: Guardians, and it Doesn’t Disappoint

Halo is Microsoft’s flagship franchise, and in anticipation for Halo 5: Guardian’s release on October 27, Microsoft has released the three-minute opening cinematic for the game. In the clip, the Spartan Locke along with the rest of Fireteam Oasis set out on a rescue mission to recover a high-valued target. The beginning of the clip startsContinue reading “Microsoft Releases Opening Cinematic of Halo 5: Guardians, and it Doesn’t Disappoint”