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PlayStation 4′s best 4 games for now; 4 for later

PlayStation 4′s best 4 games for now; 4 for later

Sony’s PlayStation 4 is, so far, the leader in the gaming industry, thanks in large part to its outstanding design, affordable price tag, and appeal to the hard-core gaming segment that wants as many high-quality games as possible. Still, this generation is young and there’s still a long way to go before Sony’s console officially takes the top spot in total sales. And the thing that will help the PlayStation 4 achieve that goal will be its games library.

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Destiny Beta tied to pre-order this summer

Destiny Beta tied to pre-order this summer

This week it would appear that the earliest players will be able to access the Destiny Beta will be through a pre-order of the game. Users will be conducting a full "public Beta test" of Destiny that will include "most major modes and activities featured in the game" before the retail launch of the game. The team responsible for the Beta launch have suggested that there's a limited time for this release and that it's only "while beta codes last".

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Bungie’s Destiny to launch September 9, 2014

Bungie’s Destiny to launch September 9, 2014

Bungie has announced the launch date for its much-anticipated Destiny, which is slated to arrive on September 9, 2014. The announcement was made today on the company's blog, where it waxed poetically about the game's origins and what it means in the grand scheme of things, as well as saying that it'll be using "every moment" up until the launch date to make sure the game meets expectations.

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Destiny has BUNGIE teaming with NVIDIA GameWorks for OptiX technology

Destiny has BUNGIE teaming with NVIDIA GameWorks for OptiX technology

This week we've heard quite a bit about NVIDIA's aim to bring details on their GameWorks development and optimization program to the public, amongst these such high-powered features as OptiX. What Optix represents is an SDK (a software development kit) for the creators of next generation's games - games like Destiny from the developers at BUNGIE. Spilling well into tomorrow's platforms with graphics optimizations today, BUNGIE is taking advantage of the likes of Interactive Ray Tracing, Ambient Occlusion, Procedural Surfaces, and Light Baking.

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Destiny gameplay demo lights up PlayStation 4′s E3 event [UPDATE]

Destiny gameplay demo lights up PlayStation 4′s E3 event [UPDATE]

Though the game itself will be cross-platform, hitting the PC and Xbox One as well, the Sony PlayStation 4's E3 2013 keynote event played host to the first full-length preview of the game Destiny. This game promises to be an epic presentation of first-person approaches to a massive multiplayer universe, shown this week to be part of a much larger environment than even Bungie and Activision had set the public up for thus far.

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Xbox 720 Destiny teaser images head to Earth’s moon

Xbox 720 Destiny teaser images head to Earth’s moon

The game developer group known as Bungie have revealed several screenshot images of their upcoming top-tier title for Microsoft and Sony's next-generation gaming consoles: Destiny. This game has been teased several times before, this week's additions being a set of choice visions of our own planet's futuristic moon. Up close and personal, Bungie has given another look at what the Xbox 720 will be delivering in the way of graphics.

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Destiny set for Xbox 720, PlayStation 4, and PC in 2014

Destiny set for Xbox 720, PlayStation 4, and PC in 2014

If you've heard anything about the upcoming "game changer" title set to be produced by Bungie over the next 10 years in installments with Activision, you know that it certainly wouldn't make sense for the whole series to be appearing on Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3. In fact the first installment will be on those two consoles, but essentially everything afterward has been confirmed in legal documents to be hitting no less than the PlayStation 4, the Xbox 720, and the PC. The information that reveals said bits and pieces comes from a Call of Duty legal dispute where the contract between Activision and Bungie had to be unsealed.

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