Destiny Features

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FeatureFace to face with the President of Virtual Reality

"I am championing the rights of the people."

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Jelly DealsJelly Deals: A very Destiny Christmas gift guide

There is an alarming amount of Destiny merch.

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FeatureBungie talks Destiny: The Taken King's event-focused future

Set your expectations for a quieter - but more surprising - second year.

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FeatureBetter than Halo?

Stealth Destiny article.

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FeatureRequiem for a rocket launcher

Looking back at Destiny year one's biggest prize.

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FeatureReturn to vendor: the legend of Xur

Bungie on the mysterious Destiny merchant who keeps on giving.

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FeatureTroll deletes 11-year-old's Destiny characters

"Henry has learned his lesson the hard way."

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FeatureRich Stanton on: Cheesing Destiny

"It feels like Destiny has driven certain of its players mad."

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FeatureThe Dark Below makes Destiny's mistakes all over again

Bungie's expansion is more of the same - for better and for worse.

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FeatureGames of 2014: Destiny

Xur, you are being hunted.

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FeatureEverything not saved will be lost

What Destiny tells us about life, the universe, and everything.

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FeatureThe problem with video game guns

Is that lots of them are boring.

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Digital FoundryThe evolution of Destiny

What Bungie added - and took away - from the game's E3 2013 debut.

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FeatureA Destiny story summary for people who dozed off

In case you lost (or couldn't be bothered to keep) track of what was going on.

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Digital FoundryPerformance Analysis: Destiny on Xbox One

Does the 1080p upgrade mean full technical parity with PS4?

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FeatureDestiny thrills, but the big picture rings hollow

After a day's play, how does Bungie's shared world shooter fare?

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FeatureFor Sony, Destiny is the first-party PlayStation 4 game it needs this Christmas

"We're wrapping our arms around it on all levels of the organisation."

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FeatureBungie on the Destiny level cap, raids and game size

Post beta, the end - or beginning - is near.

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Digital FoundryDestiny on Xbox 360 - Bungie's last-gen swan song?

The studio that defined the modern FPS brings the curtain down on Microsoft's vintage console.

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Digital FoundryTech Analysis: Destiny beta on Xbox One

900p vs 1080p on the Microsoft console - plus a look at the updated PS4 code.

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Digital FoundryCan last-gen consoles handle Destiny?

Digital Foundry compares the PS3 and PS4 betas.

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Digital FoundryTech Analysis: Destiny alpha on PS4

Digital Foundry gets to grips with Activision's $500m game.

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Digital FoundryDestiny time-lapse: world in motion

Stunning footage of Bungie's latest creation.

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FeatureBleeding red and blue: Destiny's competitive multiplayer cut wide open

Bungie peels back another layer, and the feeling within is familiar.

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FeatureBungie's date with Destiny approaches

It's been a long journey, but for the creator of Halo the end is in sight.

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FeatureHow Destiny turns into Diablo when you hit the level cap

And why you need to play "a couple of hours, tops" to unlock competitive multiplayer.

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FeatureThe silent composer

Marty O'Donnell's departure is a shock, but also a reminder that music in games is more important than ever.

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FeatureEurogamer readers' most anticipated games of 2014

Your top 10 choices for the year ahead.

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FeatureDevelopers' Most Anticipated Games of 2014

Titanfall! Destiny! The Witcher 3! The Last Guardian (hopefully)!

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FeatureLet's talk about Destiny

We meet Bungie in search of answers.

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FeatureHave traditional MMOs had their time?

And what do we make of the shared-world games and MOBAs that have risen up to replace them?

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FeatureDestiny: how to save online worlds

Bungie doesn't like to call its new game an MMO, but it might revolutionise them anyway.

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FeatureDestiny: character classes, races and... #TeamTigerMan

We talk to Bungie about its new shooter.

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FeatureThe big interview: Sony's Shuhei Yoshida on PS4

"It's more about services than the system."

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FeatureActual New Games of 2013

More wonder, more awe.