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  • The Destiny 2 live action trailer is out and it’s hilarious

    The Destiny 2 live action trailer is out and it’s hilarious

    The Destiny 2 live action trailer is officially out, and it’s one of the most comical video game trailers ever. The live action trailer heralds the coming of the new game, which is set to drop on September 6. The trailer stars Cayde-6, voiced by Nathan Fillion, and was directed by the same guy who directed Kong: Skull Island, Jordan Vogt-Roberts. Oh, and it doesn’t show a single… Read More

  • Check out the Destiny 2 gameplay trailer

    Check out the Destiny 2 gameplay trailer

    As we inch closer to E3, games are top of mind. The Destiny 2 gameplay trailer was finally released earlier this week, which you can check out below. But as Forbes pointed out, there is still a hint of mystery and a dash of disappointment when it comes to the Destiny 2 PC port. For one, Destiny 2 for PC is not officially slated for the same September 8 release date as its PS4 and Xbox One… Read More

  • Confirmed: Bungie's Next Game Will Be An MMO


    Not every developer gets the headline treatment when they make an announcement like this, but Bungie is not just any developer. I don’t have a lot of love for Halo, but I respect Bungie and they’re a huge force in the market, so when they confirm their next project is “a massively multiplayer action game”, people like Blizzard tend to take notice. Beyond what… Read More

  • Shocker: Bungie's Activision Game Will Have A PC Port

    Activision: a company! A company with presentations, presentations that contain slides. One recent slide, seen here, suggests that Bungie’s “New Title”—you’ll recall that Bungie inked a deal with Activision some months ago—will come out not only for the usual consoles, but also for the PC. How about that? Read More

  • The Noble Map Pack, Halo: Reach's First, Available On November 30

    Bungie has announced the very first map pack for Halo: Reach. It’s called the Noble Map Pack, and it’ll be available on November 30. You’ll have to cough up 800 Microsoft Points (around $10) to partake. There’s 250 Achievement Points up for grabs. Read More

  • Bungie Warns Would-Be Halo: Reach Xbox Live Cheaters: Don't Mess

    The fall video game rush begins tomorrow with the release of Halo: Reach for the Xbox 360. That’s the key—tomorrow. If you somehow got a copy of the game at the weekend—perhaps you know a friendly GameStop owner, or maybe you yourself have the Wal-Mart storage room key?—then I’ve got some bad news: your credits will be wiped out. Sorry. Read More

  • Halo: Reach multi-player beta is really quite fun

    I spent a few hours last night playing the Halo: Reach multi-player beta. (Microsoft sent out a few early invites to writing-guys like me, but the beta opens to Halo: ODST owners today.) It’s been a while since I’ve played a Halo game for any real amount of time. I dabbled with Halo 3‘s multi-player for a little while there, but that was two years ago. First impression of… Read More

  • Bungie signs 10-year deal with Activision (cue explosion sounds)

    Infinity Ward? What’s that? Activision just snagged Bungie, of Halo fame, to a ten-year deal. Silver lining: the Sun will run out of hydrogen in about 5 billion years. Read More

  • Bungie: The Halo 2 big E3 reveal back in 2003 was 'smoke and mirrors'

    Well now this is mildly embarrassing. Six years ago, Bungieshowed off, and I guess I use that term loosely now, Halo 2 for the very first time. Let’s see… 2003, that would make me 17. Trivia! Anyhow, what Bungie showed was a complete hunk of nonsense. This is where you act surprised. Read More

  • Riiiiight: Bungie says Halo: Reach is its last Xbox 360 Halo game

    “There was a boy tending the sheep who would continually go up to the embankment and shout, ‘Help, there’s a wolf!’ The farmers would all come running only to find out that what the boy said was not true. Then one day there really was a wolf but when the boy shouted, they didn’t believe him and no one came to his aid. The whole flock was eaten by the… Read More

  • Halo: ODST, with a nod to gamers who are parents

    Bungie left Microsoft about 18 months ago, and what’s the first game it develops? Yup, a Halo game, Halo: ODST, to be exact. I just read a quick little piece over on the Seattle Times’ site that may be worth the effort, especial to those of you who are trying to figure out whether or not the game is for you. Read More

  • Halo 3 + NXE = Water + Oil

    Quick Version: Do not, I repeat, do not rip Halo 3 to your hard drive because it will load much slower than if you played it straight off the DVD drive. Halo 3 was also shipped before Microsoft gave the green light for this added feature in NXE, so Bungie was unable to implement it into the game. Long, extended technical answer: If you really, really want to know then hit the jump for an… Read More

  • Get thee to thy nearest newsstand for exclusive Halo 3 Recon details

    High-res Straight from the horse’s mouth: So you’ve been wondering what the Halo 3 Recon announcement was all about, huh? We’ve got all the info you can handle! The December issue of Game Informer Magazine has 10 pages packed full of info and screenshots straight from Bungie. We also have another 10 pages of our annual Holiday Buyer’s Guide featuring the coolest gear… Read More

  • Just to clear this up: Halo 3 Recon is Bungie's last Halo project

    Just in case you didn’t figure it out by now, famed Halo developer* Bungie has reiterated that Halo 3: Recon will be the company’s last Halo game. Don’t worry, though: there’s a map pack scheduled for early next year and another one due for around the time of Halo Wars‘ release. *Perhaps the company didn’t want to be forever pigeon-holed as “the… Read More

  • Bungie's countdown clicks to zero, new project teaser released

    After 12 hours of anticipation, the countdown that hit Bungie’s front page last night has finally clicked its way down to zero. Once finished, the standard front page was replaced, with a news item linking to “Teaser Trailer“. And man, does it tease. It begins by flashing through a series of what appear to be security camera (Superintendent) views of an earth city. (One of… Read More

  • Halo 3 Title Update 2 going live on Tuesday

    The update you Halo fans have been expecting is due to arrive on the 23rd of this month, says Luke over at Bungie. Luke would also like you to know that any and all mishaps will be monitored closely and they should resolve themselves within the first four to five hours of going live. Read More

  • Rumor: Bungie, Rare announcing projects next week in Europe


    According to an “industry insider” who spoke to Gamer.tm, Bungie is set to make an announcement at a Microsoft event next week in Europe, but no other details were revealed. It’s plausible considering the fact that Microsoft put the kibosh on Bungie’s new project announcement at E3 because it needed its own event. Is it a new Halo title or something related to… Read More

  • Bungie "next generation" job posting OMG

    CVG is getting excited about this job posting. After all, if you get the job you’ll “define the next generation of gaming software technology.” Unfortunately, it’s a sad fact of job postings in general that they slightly exaggerate the importance of the position in order to score overqualified applicants. “As part of a next generation team, you’ll be… Read More

  • Bungie confirms achievements for Halo 3 Title Update 2

    Honestly, who still plays Halo 3? A few more tidbits about the Assembly Map Pack after the jump, which Luke says might not come out till the Halo 3 anniversary (That’s only 17 days from now). Read More

  • PAX 2008: Video runthough of new Halo 3 map, "Assembly"

    [blip.tv http://blip.tv/play/ih_KyjKJ5FQ%5D As mentioned earlier, Bungie had one level from their upcoming “Mythic” map pack on display at PAX 08. Called “Assembly”, it’s a very Midship-esque Covenant themed map. I gave it a quick run through earlier today, trying to get as much of the level on video as possible while attempting to avoid firefights — not an… Read More

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