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Bungie has been working these last couple of weeks to fix Destiny's more glaring issues, particularly with the Cryptarch and loot system. The dev team reveals their upcoming plans for their next title update, fixing some of the most frustrating parts of the game. For those who've played or have heard about Destiny's loot system, it's pretty well known by now that it is in need of some work.
There are a few game releases this week for co-op fans, but one was technically out last week - though we missed it because of an odd Friday release in the US. 9.26.2014 Hyrule Warriors (WiiU) - Zelda meets Dynasty Warriors. Who would have ever thought that was possible? But it is, and it features two player local co-op play as you smash through swarms of baddies set in the Zelda universe.
PC owners were able to test drive The Crew in earlier betas, and now it's finally time for console owners to take on the road. Ubisoft has revealed that the new-gen console beta will begin on September 30, and you can register on The Crew's site. The beta includes "the entire" United States with challenges and PVP in the Midwest and East Coast, while the rest of the county is set for free roaming.
Oh, how far the 3rd Streets Saints have come from the simple days of cracking thugs with pimp canes in the hood of Stilwater. The newest installment, and standalone expansion, Saints Row: Gat Out Of Hell yanks everyone's favorite gang-turned-pop culture icons right out of Steelport and into the slightly rougher territory of Hell.
Sequels are often bigger and better than their predecessor, but sometimes the developers manage to take the same idea, do something similar but still manage to make it worse. Welcome to the world of Transformers: Rise of the Dark.
Destiny is still here. And we're still playing it. But we're also playing some other games. Gauntlet has been getting high praises, so we'll be checking that out and streaming it on Monday night. Nick Puleo (@NickPuleo) - "Probably some Destiny this weekend and some more Gauntlet on PC as well as checking out what's new with Starbound.
Well people, it’s finally long and gone. The infamous engram-farming “Loot Cave” within Destiny has been completely shut down for good. Yep, Bungie’s forcing players to seek other avenues for grinding out weapons and armor parts quickly. In the latest title update released yesterday, known as “Hot Fix 5”, players will no longer be able to exploit this Old Russia location to farm legendary loot.
A new trailer details the new co-op and customization features for Assassin's Creed Unity. As two of the most requested features in the franchise, it's time to find out if we're really getting what we want. In previous franchise entries, weapons and skills were unlocked through strict progression, either in story or via currency.
What kid doesn't remember growing up with LEGOs and creating the perfect castle with every brick in his or her box, then swiftly laying waste to the entire thing in a siege with some other action figures? Come on, I can't be the only one.
It's been quite a bit of time since I last stepped into my space ninja gear and took on the universe, but the latest update to Warframe for the PS4 and Xbox One versions has me thinking I may need to split my time between it and Destiny. I mean, just look at that screen! Apparently you get some kind of genetically engineered bat-dog? The biggest changes that update 14.
Co-op shooter fans rejoice, the co-op mode for Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare has been revealed. In a mode titled Exo Survival, one to four players (or two players sharing the same screen locally) face an infinite round of PMC enemies. Taking place on the game's multiplayer maps, players will face AI soldiers, dogs, drones, and just about every PMC foe you can think of.
In 2011, Outland graced us with its hand-painted backgrounds and stunning soundtrack on Xbox Live and PSN. Finally, nearly four years later, PC players can get in on this unique and beautiful platformer. With little to improve on its original release, (see our review of Outland for consoles) the Steam version serves more or less as a port of the same experience console players got in 2011.
If you, or your kids, is a Skylanders fan, it's getting to be that time of year again. The time where you hand over your wallet and in return get the newest edition of Skylanders. This year, it's Skylanders Trap Team. While you're waiting a bit over a week, we have videos of some of the new characters to tide you over.
The Halloween season quickly approaching, making the supernatural RPG title Van Helsing II a perfect co-op title to play for the upcoming holiday.
Even thought console versions of Diablo III have been getting most of the love lately with Ultimate Evil Edition, that doesn’t mean the PC version has been left out to dry. PC players will find that a new patch, Patch 2.1.1, went live a couple of days ago in North America and did quite a bit to enhance the game as it stands today.
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