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Google Stadia Review: Amazing, for now

Google Stadia Review:  Amazing, for now

When this Google Stadia Review was first posted, the service hadn't yet formally launched. Google sent the Founders Package to a set of sources that got an early look and were invited to review the game streaming system before the official Google Stadia release date of November 19, 2019. As such, we gave the service an early once-over review with what we'd experienced thus far. As the service evolves, we'll be updating this review accordingly - so stay tuned!

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Destiny 2 cross saves detailed as Steam launch approaches

Destiny 2 cross saves detailed as Steam launch approaches

Earlier this year, Bungie announced that it had acquired the publishing rights for the Destiny series from Activision. As part of this acquisition, Destiny 2 is going to leave Activision Blizzard's Battle.net client and head to Steam instead. The switch is about to happen, and today, Bungie shared more details about the transition.

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Destiny 2 could be Google Stadia’s big test, cross-saves also coming

Destiny 2 could be Google Stadia’s big test, cross-saves also coming

Back when it was still called Project Stream, Google's cloud-based gaming service lured in testers with Assassin's Creed Odyssey. In the coming days, the company is expected to announce final details about its Stadia service and perhaps some of the games that will be available on it. Bungie, however, might be dropping some big news before that, revealing two ground-breaking changes coming to Destiny 2 in its next major expansion.

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Bungie announces a Destiny bombshell

Bungie announces a Destiny bombshell

Bungie just announced some big news for it and the Destiny franchise, revealing that it's breaking with Activision and will assume full publishing duties on the series. Bungie first partnered with Activision to produce Destiny in 2010, and in the eight - now nearly nine - years since, it's created two games and numerous expansions for those titles. From here on out, Bungie will be going it alone when it comes to Destiny, unless of course it decides to partner with another publisher down the road.

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Destiny 2 is free to keep on PC until next week

Destiny 2 is free to keep on PC until next week

Blizzcon just happened last week and, unsurprisingly, much of the focus was on the company’s biggest money-maker, Overwatch. And there was also that mobile Diablo game announcement that isn’t sitting too well with some Diablo fans. One unexpected news that came out of the weekend was about Destiny 2 on the PC. No, Bungie is still the game’s developers and owners but it has teamed up with Blizzard parent company Activision to offer the base game for free if you grab it before next Sunday.

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September’s free PlayStation Plus games feature some big names

September’s free PlayStation Plus games feature some big names

Sony has revealed the games that will be offered for free through PlayStation Plus next month, and it seems that PS4 owners are in for a treat. The free PS4 games for September include Destiny 2 and God of War III: Remastered, which is particularly exciting because we don't always see big-name titles offered through PS Plus like this. Even better is that Destiny 2 is going live a little bit early.

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Destiny Grimoire Anthology Vol. 1 book of lore available for preorder

Destiny Grimoire Anthology Vol. 1 book of lore available for preorder

Bungie has announced the upcoming launch of the Destiny Grimoire Anthology, a book detailing mythology from the popular video game universe. The book's style is clearly inspired by classic grimoires, clocking in at 128 pages with both text and illustrations. Bungie lists the book for preorder as "volume 1," hinting at the future launch of additional volumes in an eventual series.

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Destiny 2: Forsaken trailer says goodbye to a fan favorite

Destiny 2: Forsaken trailer says goodbye to a fan favorite

Bungie promised that Destiny 2’s next big expansion, titled Forsaken, will change the game forever. What they didn’t confirm until know is how it’s being changed in perhaps the most dramatic way possible. Well, actually some fans already called it, but it’s still quite another thing to see it confirmed and “final”. The latest trailer for Destiny 2: Forsaken is short but probably emotional for some as they say farewell to one of the franchise’s iconic, beloved or hated, Guardians.

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Destiny 2 Season 3, Crucible changes revealed

Destiny 2 Season 3, Crucible changes revealed

Before there was PUBG, there was Destiny. It was the MMO that everyone wanted to play and clone, whether on PC, console, or mobile. But while the original Destiny was largely hailed by critics, its sequel Destiny 2 was plagued with missteps and complaints. As part of its damage control, game developer Bungie started to be a wee bit more open about it plans, trying to test gamers' reactions before it rolls out the changes. Following that new tradition, Bungie has just announced the name of its Season 3 update, Warmind, and the changes that it will bring.

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Destiny 2 update plans detailed

Destiny 2 update plans detailed

Gone are the days when a game is considered complete and finished after launch. From DLCs to Seasons to Expansions, almost every game, be it PC, console, and especially mobile, receive some an update or two or more. Destiny 2 is, of course, no exception, but developer Bungie is doing something out of character this time. This time, it is actually letting players now what those updates may have even before the update rolls out. This not only helps them get feedback before it’s too late, it also helps drum up hype for the game better than leaks could.

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Destiny 2 Gods of Mars will be the next big expansion

Destiny 2 Gods of Mars will be the next big expansion

Big MMOs have had a rough last quarter this year. Star Wars: Battlefront II has just made life a lot harder for many games thanks to their loot boxes. And while less dramatic, Destiny 2’s reputation was also tarnished by its first expansion, the Curse of Osiris. Bungie has promised to fix things, or at least some things, but fans may already have something new to wait for. The PlayStation Network mistakenly published details about the next DLC, titled “Gods of Mars” and the expansion will finally add a new enemy faction to the game.

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Destiny 2 update will undo the mess of the Curse of Osiris

Destiny 2 update will undo the mess of the Curse of Osiris

The DLC did seem to live up to its name of being a curse. The companies’ behind this year’s great games seem to be making great missteps. Fortunately for Bungie, its Destiny 2 DLC blunder isn’t as disastrous as Battlefront II. Still, there was enough of an uproar about the changes in the Curse of Osiris that Bungie really had little choice but to issue a mea culpa and, of course, promise an update that cleans up the mess they made.

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