With three new subclasses, new weapon types and perks, plus two original gameplay modes added, there's a fair bit to get on top of as a fan of Destiny's player-versus-player content. With that mind mind, we thought we'd put together a quick guide to get you up to speed with the basics, and gain a bit of an upper hand on the battlefield.
Our complete guide to the tricky raid from The Taken King.
How to beat The Taken King's raid on the toughest difficulty.
The concluding part of our essential King's Fall raid guide.
It's been an interesting first year for Activision and Bungie's blockbuster shooter Destiny. On the one hand the game's been criticised for a story that isn't so much incoherent as absent without leave, before going on to cause no minor, internet-igniting furore over the publisher's pricing plans for this, the third piece of Destiny's episodic content. Then of course there's the rather stale narration provided by Peter Dinklage, since replaced with the very capable talents of Nolan North.
The King of Iron Fist is dead, long live The King of Iron Fist. Tekken 5 has brought 3D fighting back to the top of the agenda on PS2, and we have the exclusive low down on how Namco hauled its hottest property back from the brink.
It's stating the obvious but games aren't movies, and they're not music. At their best, games are activities that require mastery of performance - rather like sport. At their very best they also reward interpretation - rather like art. The ultimate gaming experiences demand to become part of your lifestyle, holding you to ransom with their boundless rewards. Tekken 5 is a paragon of such virtues, the martial equivalent of Konami's sublime updates of Pro Evolution Soccer.