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  1. Square Enix has announced the sequel to the hugely popular reboot of Tomb Raider! Rise of the Tomb Raider will be available in 2015. Sources: TombRaider.com | VG247.com
  2. Square Enix has announced the sequel to the hugely popular reboot of Tomb Raider! Rise of the Tomb Raider will be available in 2015. Sources: TombRaider.com | VG247.com Click here to view the article
  3. . I never have been a fan of turn based RPG games... I don't like waiting to be hit. KOTOR was the only game I was ever able to tolerate because of its story and it was semi action. This looks pretty wild, I might pick this up.
  4. It looks like the FF series is turning away from its turn based origins and elected to go for a more bayonetta-like fight engine. It looks like a blast! Cinematic Trailer Gameplay footage . I never have been a fan of turn based RPG games... I don't like waiting to be hit. KOTOR was the only game I was ever able to tolerate because of its story and it was semi action. This looks pretty wild, I might pick this up. Click here to view the article
  5. Here is the live action promotional video for Destiny!
  6. Here is a look at Destiny's Playstation exclusive Dust Palace Strike Mission!
  7. Bungie teamed up with Google Maps to make Destiny Planet View and if you view all the cut scenes in it, you can unlock an emblem code for your Destiny account. Or you can skip viewing everything and use the following code to unlock the emblem: 7F9-767-F74 Upon redeeming this code, I noticed that the 17 trading card codes now show what they unlock.. Grimoire Cards. I'm waiting until the game releases before I click those "Use Now" buttons. If you haven't redeemed those codes yet, click Here for the full list. Sources: vg247 & Reddit View attachment: destiny_codes.JPG
  8. Awesome.
  9. Watch the Destiny teaser for Mars right now!
  10. The Destiny Crusible trailer is here!
  11. Today Bungie posted an "Everything You Need to Know about the Beta". There is also a possibility that Beta progress could transfer over to the retail product... Bungie wouldn't say that it definitely will not, but won't commit on that it will. For more read the VG247 article below: http://www.vg247.com/2014/07/15/destiny-beta-video-ps4-xbox-one/
  12. The Destiny Beta Trailer is out! Details on the expansion packs have been revealed: The post-launch expansions will contain story missions, co-op activities and multiplayer maps, new weapons, armour and gear. Each pack will cost $19.99 individually, or $34.99 for the Expansion Pass. The higher end limited editions will include the Expansion Pass in the bundle. Only the expansion names have been revealed, with no date as of yet: Expansion I: The Dark Below – set deep beneath the surface of the Moon, discover an ancient tomb that has been unsealed, and a dark god who has risen an evil army in the depths of the Hellmouth, the home of the Hive enemy race Expansion II: House of Wolves – details will be revealed later PlayStation platforms will also include additional exclusive content for Expansion I and II and will remain exclusive until at least Fall of 2015 The Beta Timeline
  13. Here is the extended trailer for Destiny!
  14. Bungie has released the newest trailer for Destiny and wow, I am impressed.
  15. Today Bungie posted an "Everything You Need to Know about the Beta". There is also a possibility that Beta progress could transfer over to the retail product... Bungie wouldn't say that it definitely will not, but won't commit on that it will. For more read the VG247 article below: http://www.vg247.com...o-ps4-xbox-one/ Click here to view the article
  16. Once again, Bungie asserts its closer relationship to Sony, "Best Game on Sony Playstation 4" Award? They're really laying it on thick, and MS has to swallow it.
  17. Bungie has a goal to change mutliplayer matchmaking and character progression in this new trailer/developer diary on Destiny.
  18. Here is the gameplay footage from Bungie's appearance during the PS4 event at E3.
  19. Check out the video posted by Bungie today. The Thank You video to the fans that supported them at Gamescom has some never before seen footage of the game. Pay close attention and you might see a few seconds of what is presumably Mars.Once again, Bungie asserts its closer relationship to Sony, "Best Game on Sony Playstation 4" Award? They're really laying it on thick, and MS has to swallow it. Click here to view the article
  20. Microsoft seemingly squandered its chance to redeem itself at E3, and afterwards they only continued to shove their foot deeper down their own throat. Will 24 hour check-in render games useless at the end of new generation? http://kotaku.com/microsoft-we-wont-render-your-xbox-one-games-unplayab-513602148 "No one wants to buy a $60 Xbox One game to discover they just had it for a 10-year rental." Microsoft dodges the "region free" question. http://kotaku.com/microsoft-cant-tell-us-if-the-xbox-one-is-region-free-513494440 "For reference, the PS3 was completely region-free. The PS4 is as well. The PS3 even allowed different international accounts on the one system.The Xbox 360 wasn't locked at the hardware level, but some publishers chose to implement their own region blocks." Xbox One's reputation system isn't troll proof. http://kotaku.com/xbox-ones-reputation-system-sounds-crazy-but-it-just-m-513480515 "Each Xbox One game with an online component can include the ability to recognize griefing behaviors and react to them accordingly. Even if no one reports you for flagrant team killing or purposefully driving the wrong way in Forza, the games will know you've been naughty, and you could get dinged for it.There's potential there for hiccups and exploitation, but there's real potential here. It may strip players of their "right" to freely act like an obnoxious asshole online, but I'm willing to take the hit for the good of Xbox Live society." Microsoft fails to sell possible positives for "Always Online"? http://kotaku.com/a-slightly-more-convincing-reason-for-the-xbox-ones-fo-513295925 "Those worlds can live on in between game sessions", he adds, drawing a line under games that would make this an extra and those where it's part of the game itself, the world updating every day. "If one player drops out, that world will continue on and can experience the effects of time, like wear from weather damage, so that when a player comes back into the universe it's actually a slightly evolved place in the same way that our real world evolves a little bit from the time we go to sleep to the time we wake up. Game developers have given us incredibly positive feedback on the crazy different ways that they can use this incredible new cloud power resource." Microsoft tells customers to buy a 360 if they don't want to check in online. http://kotaku.com/cant-get-an-xbox-one-online-buy-an-xbox-360-512742247 "The 360 ecosystem is a great ecosystem for somebody that's in a purely disconnected state for long periods of time. We have built a natively connected device with Xbox One and we think the experiences are moving in that direction."
  21. Download attachment: usedgame.png Microsoft seemingly squandered its chance to redeem itself at E3, and afterwards they only continued to shove their foot deeper down their own throat. Will 24 hour check-in render games useless at the end of new generation? http://kotaku.com/mi...layab-513602148 "No one wants to buy a $60 Xbox One game to discover they just had it for a 10-year rental." Microsoft dodges the "region free" question. http://kotaku.com/mi...-free-513494440 "For reference, the PS3 was completely region-free. The PS4 is as well. The PS3 even allowed different international accounts on the one system.The Xbox 360 wasn't locked at the hardware level, but some publishers chose to implement their own region blocks." Xbox One's reputation system isn't troll proof. http://kotaku.com/xb...ust-m-513480515 "Each Xbox One game with an online component can include the ability to recognize griefing behaviors and react to them accordingly. Even if no one reports you for flagrant team killing or purposefully driving the wrong way in Forza, the games will know you've been naughty, and you could get dinged for it.There's potential there for hiccups and exploitation, but there's real potential here. It may strip players of their "right" to freely act like an obnoxious asshole online, but I'm willing to take the hit for the good of Xbox Live society." Microsoft fails to sell possible positives for "Always Online"? http://kotaku.com/a-...es-fo-513295925 "Those worlds can live on in between game sessions", he adds, drawing a line under games that would make this an extra and those where it's part of the game itself, the world updating every day. "If one player drops out, that world will continue on and can experience the effects of time, like wear from weather damage, so that when a player comes back into the universe it's actually a slightly evolved place in the same way that our real world evolves a little bit from the time we go to sleep to the time we wake up. Game developers have given us incredibly positive feedback on the crazy different ways that they can use this incredible new cloud power resource." Microsoft tells customers to buy a 360 if they don't want to check in online. http://kotaku.com/ca...x-360-512742247 "The 360 ecosystem is a great ecosystem for somebody that's in a purely disconnected state for long periods of time. We have built a natively connected device with Xbox One and we think the experiences are moving in that direction." Click here to view the article
  22. If the futuristic PS2-like design of the PS4 didn't tip you off, Sony is looking to return to its glory days after crashing and burning this generation. Although a subtle message displayed at the bottom of one of their promos indicated that a subscription was needed to play multiplayer games, Playstation fans can quickly get over that with the delightful jabs they took at rival Microsoft. Taking full advantage of last months firestorm over Microsoft's draconian stance on used games and online connectivity. Sony wasted no time setting things straight with the crowd at E3. PS4 will not need any online connectivity or 24 hour check-in requirement to play your games offline. On top of that, PS4 games will not be locked down on your console. You will be free to do as you please, whether that be sell them or lend them to a friend. Despite reports that PS+ would be ditched for PS World... it seems those stories were false... PS+ is here to stay, and current subscriber accounts will carry over to the PS4. The nail in the coffin came at the end.... the PS4, which supposedly has superior graphical output will have a price tag of $399.99... That is $100 less than the Xbox One. For more info, check out Kotaku's full report: http://kotaku.com/ps4-games-wont-have-many-of-the-restrictions-of-xbox-o-512477859
  23. If the futuristic PS2-like design of the PS4 didn't tip you off, Sony is looking to return to its glory days after crashing and burning this generation. Although a subtle message displayed at the bottom of one of their promos indicated that a subscription was needed to play multiplayer games, Playstation fans can quickly get over that with the delightful jabs they took at rival Microsoft. Taking full advantage of last months firestorm over Microsoft's draconian stance on used games and online connectivity. Sony wasted no time setting things straight with the crowd at E3. PS4 will not need any online connectivity or 24 hour check-in requirement to play your games offline. On top of that, PS4 games will not be locked down on your console. You will be free to do as you please, whether that be sell them or lend them to a friend. Despite reports that PS+ would be ditched for PS World... it seems those stories were false... PS+ is here to stay, and current subscriber accounts will carry over to the PS4. The nail in the coffin came at the end.... the PS4, which supposedly has superior graphical output will have a price tag of $399.99... That is $100 less than the Xbox One. For more info, check out Kotaku's full report: http://kotaku.com/ps...box-o-512477859 Click here to view the article
  24. www.gametrailers.com/netstorage/e3/live.html Watch the reveal of the PS4 right here, courtesy of gametrailers.com
  25. www.gametrailers.com/netstorage/e3/live.html Watch the reveal of the PS4 right here, courtesy of gametrailers.com Click here to view the article