Destiny Gives You Bull [UPDATED]

Destiny Gives You Bull [UPDATED]

Jun 24, 2015

Activision, in an effort to corner the energy drinks and videogame promotion world record, now has a special promotion with Red Bull for Destiny; that game where you shoot aliens and robots, and we thought was alright. As a game promotion that only takes place in North America it’s not massively awful but it does time limit a “multi-stage...

Destiny: review

Destiny: review

Oct 6, 2014

Format: PS4 (version reviewed), PS3, 360, Xbox One Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Activision Developer: Bungie Players: 1-12 (online only) Site: http://www.destinythegame.com/uk/en Judging by the sales figures, everybody on your street has already bought at least one copy of Destiny. If you haven’t – or if you have, and your copy is still in the...

Activision/Bungie contract details revealed

Activision/Bungie contract details revealed

May 24, 2012

Details of the contract between Bungie and Activision have been laid out at Develop and, while some of it is predictably boring, some of what’s been laid out naked on the interweb is actually pretty interesting. The money involved also reminds you that the toilet roll holders at Activision HQ probably have hundred dollar bills wrapped around them. As you...

Halo: Reach: review

Halo: Reach: review

Sep 20, 2010

Format: 360 Unleashed: Out Now Publisher: Microsoft Game Studios Developer: Bungie Players: 1-4 in Co-op/Firefight, 2-16 Online multiplayer Site: bungie.net Starting up Halo: Reach, it’s easy to get lost in its sea of features. From a substantial campaign mode with online co-op, to Firefight mode, competitive multiplayer, and a robust suite of tools for...

Halo: Reach – A Cynical View

Halo: Reach – A Cynical View

Sep 20, 2010

Bungie’s final Halo game has received high praise since its release on 14th September, which in itself was a rather strange day to release a game under the slogan ‘Remember Reach’. After all, it closely followed the anniversary of a real life atrocity – far better to be remembered than this bland, self-indulgent swan song from a decent...