wepani:

A Guide To Obtaining And Upgrading Legendary Gear In Destiny

The road to Destiny’s end-game gear may not be as long or difficult as you might think.

(The background in the above image was made by chadtalbot. He has some other really cool Destiny faction-related work as well!)

A common source of confusion in Destiny is its seemingly-erratic…

korranation:

You voted and we listened! Check out the winning box art for the Legend of Korra video game, coming this fall!

korranation:

You voted and we listened! Check out the winning box art for the Legend of Korra video game, coming this fall!

cbryanto:

Destiny poster from Bungie.

cbryanto:

Destiny poster from Bungie.

mykrift:

The Legend of Zelda by Brakkenimation *

mykrift:

The Legend of Zelda by Brakkenimation *

gaksdesigns:

Alternative Artwork for Destiny the Game by Janee Meadows

This reminds me of the old, awesome, Atari poster inserts (which may have been exactly what the artist was going for).

gaksdesigns:

Alternative Artwork for Destiny the Game by Janee Meadows

This reminds me of the old, awesome, Atari poster inserts (which may have been exactly what the artist was going for).

Just a little excited for Destiny’s release!

Just a little excited for Destiny’s release!

PS4 Destiny Bundle

Feel like a kid at Christmas again!

Duc Truong Huyen - DiabloIII Contest - DemonHunter by fxEVo
It looks like Azure Striker Gunvolt (eShop) is another must-buy after getting a chance to play Mighty Gunvolt (eShop; Gift as a Mighty No. 9 backer or for a limited time if you download Azure Striker Gunvolt) and having a blast with that this weekend.
A week ago I hadn’t heard anything about this game (which is a little odd in retrospect) and now it’s one of my most anticipated hand-held games to pick up. Go figure!

It looks like Azure Striker Gunvolt (eShop) is another must-buy after getting a chance to play Mighty Gunvolt (eShop; Gift as a Mighty No. 9 backer or for a limited time if you download Azure Striker Gunvolt) and having a blast with that this weekend.

A week ago I hadn’t heard anything about this game (which is a little odd in retrospect) and now it’s one of my most anticipated hand-held games to pick up. Go figure!

On its way!

On its way!

Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse (Nintendo eShop)
Soon!

Shantae and the Pirate’s Curse (Nintendo eShop)

Soon!

I love so many of the great indie titles we’ve been getting in recent years, we truly live in a new golden-age of games, but while I know it’s the nature of the beast…
…I would love to own boxes, manuals, and physical goods to go along with the amazing game play! I just come from an era where it was a given, and it’s disappointing to see these older conventions going away in charting new courses.

I love so many of the great indie titles we’ve been getting in recent years, we truly live in a new golden-age of games, but while I know it’s the nature of the beast…

…I would love to own boxes, manuals, and physical goods to go along with the amazing game play! I just come from an era where it was a given, and it’s disappointing to see these older conventions going away in charting new courses.

Downloading Velocity 2X!

[Edit: 8 Levels in and I’m hooked! I love how intuitive the controls are, and how well the game seems to flow so far. Kai could be Samus’ long-lost sister and the narrative presentation is just one more reason to press forward. In short, a heck of a lot of fun.]