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E3 2018: Destiny 2 Forsaken DLC – New Gambit Mode Gameplay Overview

At E3 2018, event-goers got to try out the new PVP mode for the Destiny 2: Forsaken DLC, Gambit. The Destiny 2: Forsaken demo at E3 2018, allowed us to get a couple of rounds in to try Gambit out for ourselves, allowing us to add some observations to how Gambit plays out. Gambit is a PVE-PVP mesh, combining both game types in a competitive 4v4 race. Each side of four guardians are separated into...

Amazon Limited Edition Destiny 2 Ghost - Requires Alexa-Enabled Device

Introducing the Special Limited-Edition Destiny 2 Ghost and Skill Compatible with Alexa Devices

Alexa abilities are ever evolving. It has become a daily companion to its owners, allowing them the ability to accomplish tasks by uttering a simple phrase. However, we have yet to see any gaming related applications – until today. Activision and Bungie announced that they have created “the first-ever Alexa voice integration [within] a live game experience”†. The Destiny 2 Ghost Skill, voiced by the Destiny’s in-game Ghost voice actor Nolan North, is available now for customers to...

Destiny 2 Review

After 3 years of existence, coupled with life-preserving DLC’s, Destiny fans can now rejoice as a new full game release from the franchise has now arrived for the PS4, Xbox One and PC. Destiny 2 is here, with a new story, overhauled classes, revisited gunplay, and all kinds of new features. All of the fan-favorite voice actors are back; Lance Reddick, Nathan Fillion, and Gina Torres return as the Vanguard heads Zavala, Cayde-6, and Ikora...

E3 2017: Destiny 2 PC Gameplay and Countdown Multiplayer Hands-on

With E3 2017 being open to the public, it was no surprise that the line to play the Destiny 2 multiplayer went completely around the booth.  E3 attendees had the chance to try out the new Destiny 2 4v4 multiplayer mode, Countdown. Not only did we get our shot with the new Countdown mode, but we also got to try out the Destiny 2 intro stage—Homecoming—on the PC. With PC being the latest platform addition to the franchise, it was quite...

The Game Awards 2016

The Game Awards 2016 – Live Blog (#TheGameAwards2016)

The Game Awards 2016 returns on December 1st, 2016 and that means it’s time for another live blog with our pals over at R.A.G.E. Works! Be sure to join us at 8:30PM ET and watch along as we eagerly anticipate that sweet, sweet Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild exclusive footage. ABOUT THE GAME AWARDS The Game Awards, created by Geoff Keighley, is an annual awards ceremony to honor outstanding artistic, technical and gameplay achievements in the...

This Week in Gaming

This Week in Gaming (Week Ending on Feb 8th, 2013)

This week’s links aren’t in any particular order. They are just some interesting links that I wanted to share that highlight some recurring themes in gaming culture like violence, acquisitions, studio closures and innovation. As stand alone tweets or Facebook statuses they might have been overlooked but grouped together I think they sum up the week nicely.

This Week in Gaming – Week Ending on May 11th, 2012

ACTIVISION’S MEN IN BLACK: ALIEN CRISIS TEASER VIDEO ACTIVISION ANNOUNCES E-MOVIE CASH PROMOTION FOR THE UPCOMING BATTLESHIP™ AND MEN IN BLACK: ALIEN CRISIS™ VIDEO GAMES PRIMAL CARNAGE UNLEASHES NEW VIDEO MOVE OVER MLG, A NEW COMPETITOR HAS ENTERED THE ARENA: VIRGIN GAMING DRAGON’S DOGMA REVEALS NEW UR-DRAGON EVENT MODE ANNOUNCING THE LAUNCH OF ROCKSTAR GAMES CREWS GAIKAI MAKES AIMS AT REACHING MILLIONS OF GAMERS THROUGH FACEBOOK SQUARE ENIX, INC. ANNOUNCES ADDITIONAL PRE-ORDER ITEMS FOR HITMAN:...

In case you missed it, here’s this week in gaming (Week ending 4/20/12)

In the week that ended with bad jokes about 420, it was pretty uneventful. A few games were announced for 2013. And betas were opened for all the world to see. We also got a brief walkthrough of Pax East from our very own Steph, who was featured on Xplay! So, let’s look at the week that was, in case you missed it!  

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Summer Lovin’: Favorite Mobile Games of the Moment

While the weather outside is quite delightful, the gamer inside of me always has to have a game on hand. While I used to carry around my PSP and DS, I kept getting frustrated with games that didn’t allow me to save whenever I wanted to. Being constrained to save at certain points are counter intuitive for portable gaming. So, I stopped bringing them around with me and started downloading free games from the Android...