So since the release of a huge amount of information about Destiny we thought we would bring you what we know here at Inside View Gaming.
The Developer of this incredible looking game is Bungie (you know they guys that brought you Halo right?) and the publisher is Activision.
The game is a First person shooter or as Bungie called it, “a shared world shooter”(MMO). So basically its a living world that doesn’t stop just because you are at work. Continue Reading
Yesterday we brought you some of the first news out of the darkness of Destiny, the new game from Bungie Studios and Activision.
After a long period of darkness, Bungie is ready to unveil its new universe filled with mystery, adventure, and action. For the first time, the team — including studio co-founder and project director Jason Jones — talks about its vision, and the creative process behind Destiny, Bungie’s most ambitious project yet.
Today Bungie opened the doors to a selection of stores where you can pre-order their new title when it releases.
Everything changed with the arrival of the Traveler. It sparked a Golden Age when our civilization spanned the solar system, but it didn’t last. Something hit us, knocked us down. The survivors built a city beneath the Traveler, and have begun to explore our old worlds, only to find them filled with deadly foes.
You are a Guardian of the last safe city on Earth, able to wield incredible power. Defend the City. Defeat our enemies. Reclaim all that we have lost.
Here are the links to those websites as well as Bungie’s pre-order page; Continue Reading
After launching an ARG for Destiny on Bungie.net, DeeJ confirmed via a new article that there game would indeed be called Destiny, and it will be revealed on Sunday, February 17th. Continue Reading
Bungie.net has been dark for many months after they handed over the reigns of the Halo franchise to 343. A week after the new year had arrived the web monkeys at Bungie took the site down into read-only for two days in order to perform “preparatory maintenance”. This got the Bungie community buzzing in anticipation, some hoping that the new era of Bungie.net (coined “Bungie.next” by some) would be ushered in after this maintenance was complete. Others weren’t holding their breath as Bungie has been known to perform maintenance like this and have most changes be server side and nothing the public would notice. Continue Reading
From The Desk Of BS Angel
I feel like we haven’t talked since last year
Greetings and salutations, dear reader, and welcome to the first Bulletin of 2013. I wanted to write you an eloquently penned introduction, full of cleverly-crafted phrases intended to evoke emotional responses relevant to the recent warm and festive holiday season, except I couldn’t remember the name of the traditional party favor typically used during celebratory occasions. So I opened up my favorite search engine, typed in “things you blow at parties”, and proceeded to get lost in the deepest, darkest depths of the intertubes. Suffice it to say that it wasn’t safe to go alone. Thankfully I wasn’t truly alone, because after a few weeks of operating at partial capacity, 343 as a collective entity is officially back and running full steam ahead into the anxiously awaiting arms of the New Year. Continue Reading
t’s once in a blue moon that a jewel of a map is forged in a video game. That blue moon has occurred however with Supply Bridge. Read on to find out what makes this map tick, and how you can get an upper hand on your friends.
This map is visually stunning. Set on a Marathon class cruiser, this map has thought of everything, from Cryo rooms to a Pillar of Autumn esq bridge. The details go so fine that even buttons have been placed on terminals, and the map feels like it should (Being a cruiser in space). If you think you’ve seen the best aesthetics in Reach, wait until you see this map.
“Supply Bridge” is a small, CQC map, built for FFA Slayer or 2v2 Slayer. What was played on FFA has shown this map to be of Matchmaking standard, with Gameplay being fast, furious and tactical. Unlike other FFA maps, where gameplay is simply a grenade fest, this map has doorways and weapons that will keep you on your toes throughout play. With plenty of cover and a playspace guaranteed to keep the bandwagon rolling, you’ll find this map plays well with 4-8 people.
Overall, “Supply Bridge” is a fun map built for FFA, and will have you believing your own a UNSC ship. With a bunch of friends to boot, this map can become a heaven for crazy Slayer action. It’s defiantly worth your time.