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All Articles: Destiny 2
Kevin Conroy claims WB Games has “no plan” to do another Batman: Arkham game… Bungie recorded 1.2 million players during Destiny 2’s first weekend
Superheroic avengers are on call for this midday update.
Kevin Conroy is likely the most beloved actor ever to take on the role of Batman/Bruce Wayne, and he had some things to say this weekend about the future of the Batman: Arkham series. Also, Bungie is very happy with the first-week response to Destiny 2.
Both stories can be found after the break. (more…)
A trio of new Xbox One games are now available to download through the Xbox Games Store, but most players have likely zeroed in solely on Bungie’s Destiny 2. The shooter sequel will take players on “an epic journey across the solar system,” as they do battle with the Red Legion to retake the Last City.
Also available to download today are Don’t Knock Twice, a first-person horror game, and Squish and the Corrupted Crystal, a speedy side-scrolling platformer.
You can learn more about all three of these games after the break. (more…)
It’s midweek, so it’s time for another PlayStation Store update…
Bungie is back this week with Destiny 2, the first full-fledged sequel to 2014’s breakout hit. Now available to download for the PS4, Destiny 2 will add several new multiplayer modes and a brand new storyline that asks players to retake the Last City from the Red Legion.
Several other action-packed games will be available to download this week for the PS4 including Knack II, a sequel to Sony’s launch platformer, and Songbringer, a retro-styled action RPG.
You can learn more about all of these games (and the rest of this week’s new releases) after the break. (more…)
Destiny had a bit of a rocky start after its launch in 2014, but the shooter also built up a dedicated fanbase that only grew after Bungie released a series of expansions in the years that followed. And now, we’re finally ready for Destiny 2, which will be released for the PS4 and Xbox One on Wednesday, September 6. Destiny 2 is on track to be quite a bit larger than its predecessor, and Bungie has promised that players will get to explore a brand new story, along with new modes and maps.
If you’re looking to upgrade your PS4, Sony and Bungie have also teamed up to release the PS4 Pro 1TB + Destiny 2 Bundle this week.
A more portable, but no less small, adventure will also launch this week for the 3DS. Capcom will bring Monster Hunter Stories to the platform, in a new game that combines traditional monster-hunting with RPG-like story elements. Colorful monsters can also be found in Knack II, a sequel to Sony’s launch-era platformer.
Fans of Japanese oddities will have two new games to choose from this week from Atlus and Aksys. Atlus will release Utawarerumono: Mask of Truth, a strategy RPG, for the PS4 and Vita. Meanwhile, Aksys will launch Drive Girls, an action game where schoolgirls who can turn into cars battle monsters.
Hats off to Super Mario Odyssey…
Nintendo’s upcoming platformer took home five Gamescom Awards this year, including 2017’s “Best of Gamescom” title, as well as “Best Nintendo Switch Game,” “Best Action Game,” “Best Family Game,” and the fan-voted “Most Wanted Consumer Award.”
The only other game to capture multiple Gamescom Awards was Destiny 2, which won “Best Social/Online Game” and “Best Multiplayer Game.”
The international jury spread out the remainder of the Gamescom Awards and chose to honor Assassin’s Creed: Origins (“Best PS4 Game”), Middle-Earth: Shadow of War (“Best Xbox One Game”), Kingdom Come: Deliverance (“Best PC Game”), and Metroid: Samus Returns (“Best Mobile Game”) in the platform categories. Another wide variety of titles (including Project CARS 2, Ni No Kuni II: Revenant Kingdom, Pro Evolution Soccer 2018, and others) were big winners in the genre categories.
The complete list of nominees and winners for the 2017 Gamescom Awards can be found after the break. (more…)
Destiny 2‘s Open Beta is just a few weeks away, and Bungie has revealed that participants will be able to try out the first mission from the Story Campaign, the “Inverted Spire” Co-Op Strike, and competitive multiplayer. You can get a glimpse at the action in the new trailer embedded above.
According to the developer, prospective Destiny 2 players who pre-order the game will receive Early Access to the upcoming Beta. PS4 pre-purchasers will be able to play their first match on July 18, and Xbox One owners will get to join in a day later on July 19. All players on both platforms will be able to enter the Open Beta on July 21.
Destiny 2 will be released for the PS4 and Xbox One on September 6. The game will also be available for the PC on October 24, with an Open Beta scheduled for sometime in August.
A marquee upcoming release for the Nintendo Switch has once again claimed “Best of Show” from the Game Critics Awards at the E3 Expo. Super Mario Odyssey took home the big prize this year, along with additional wins for “Best Console Game” and “Best Action/Adventure Game.”
Altogether, Nintendo took home top honors in six categories. Super Mario Odyssey’s trio of statues were joined by “Best Handheld Game” for Metroid: Samus Returns, and “Best Original Game” and “Best Strategy Game” for Mario + Rabbids Kingdom Battle.
The editors that make up the Game Critics Awards panel made a lot of obvious picks in the rest of the categories, but they also threw in a few surprises. Strong debuts from Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus (“Best Action Game”), Destiny 2 (“Best PC Game”), and Forza Motorsport 7 (“Best Racing Game”) lead to a few big wins, but I’m not anyone was expecting Arc System Works to surprise the crowd with Dragon Ball Fighter Z.
All of this year’s winners can be found after the break. (more…)
God of War 4, Insomniac’s Spider-Man, new Assassin’s Creed, multiple unannounced titles, more to be unveiled during E3 Coliseum
The full lineup of panels for Geoff Keighley’s inaugural E3 Coliseum has been announced, and it looks like the series will give fans a closer look at God of War 4, Assassin’s Creed 2017, Insomniac’s Spider-Man, and several other upcoming titles. Keighley will also offer a showcase to a few games yet-to-be-announced from Bethesda Softworks, Square Enix, and Epic Games.
You can find the complete E3 Coliseum schedule after the break. (more…)