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Poll: Destiny Improvements

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Published on: Oct 22, 2014 @ 9:44 In our previous poll we asked you guys what you would most like to see from us. Many people wanted more Exotic reviews, so we’ve been trying to produce those at a steady pace. You can see all of our in-depth Exotic weapon reviews here, and there’s even more on our YT channel. Your ... Read More »

Cache Issue (Latest Articles)

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Published on: Oct 21, 2014 @ 19:35 The problem We’ve tried to let as many people know about this issue, but I think an entire article that people can reference easily would be best. For many people, they’re unable to see our latest articles; they won’t even be able to see this article unless it’s directly linked. How badly you’re affected ... Read More »

In Other News

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If you’re being affected by our cache issue (unable to see newest articles), please read this. Published on: Oct 20, 2014 @ 21:51 “In Other News” is a segment we post usually once a week, which lets you all know about some miscellaneous Destiny news or information that isn’t quite ‘news-worthy’ enough to warrant an entire article by itself. To see the previous ... Read More »

Weekly Recap

Published on: Oct 19, 2014 @ 22:13 Each Sunday we review the items posted that week, and highlight in bold the articles that were particularly popular or important. Be sure to follow us for even more miscellaneous Destiny content!   Monday Guide to Endgame Materials Guide to the Defender Hotfix – 10/14/2014 (Vex Mythoclast Nerf) Rumor: Third Subclass?! Tuesday How to Access Traitor’s Ketch ... Read More »

The Art of Destiny

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Published on: Oct 17, 2014 @ 19:42 Digitaltutors.com sat down with Bungie’s 3D character art lead Shiek Wang to talk about Destiny’s art. The interview gives us a behind the scenes look at some of the thought processes that Bungie put into the art of Destiny. To see nearly all of Bungie’s concept art for Destiny, click here. Also be sure to check out the ... Read More »

Weekly Update 10.17.14

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Published on: Oct 17, 2014 @ 18:02 The full article can be found at Bungie.net This week at Bungie, we reforged some of the armaments in your arsenal. According to the notes we published, our work may have resulted in either a slight increase or decrease in the deadliness of your go-to weapon. It’s a safe bet that you’re wondering why. ... Read More »

Where’s Xûr?

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Published on: Oct 17, 2014 @ 4:08 Xûr, Agent of the Nine has made his weekly stop in the tower, with a fresh stock of exotic weapons and armor. His goods are consistent across all platforms. For more about the Agent of the Nine, including quotes and a schedule, please be sure to read this article.  Where is Xûr? What’s Xûr selling? Xûr has ... Read More »

Interview with Luke Smith on Raids

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Published on: Oct 16, 2014 @ 16:21 Bungie’s Luke Smith, lead designer on the Vault of Glass, had an interview with Kotaku.com discussing the raid. He talks about challenges they faced, the reasons behind some of the design decisions, raid matchmaking, future raids, and much more. Smith worked with a small team to create the Vault of Glass. They were operating under significantly different design ... Read More »

In Other News

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Published on: Oct 16, 2014 @ 1:16 “In Other News” is a new segment we’ve started to let you all know about some miscellaneous Destiny news or information that isn’t quite ‘news-worthy’ enough to warrant an entire article by itself. To see the previous In Other News article, click here. Legendary Hunter Cloaks Thanks to Imgur user TwilightGap, he’s gathered up all the Legendary ... Read More »

Destiny Mythbusters Episode 2

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Published on: Oct 15, 2014 @ 20:42 Destiny has given rise to plenty of myths and legends, many of which are related to the Crucible. If you missed the first episode of this series by DefendTheHouse, click here to watch it. Video: Destiny Mythobusters Episode 2 Destiny players swap a lot of stories about what is and isn’t possible in game. With 3.2 million ... Read More »

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