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Everybody loves 'em, right? But seriously, everybody has been taking aim at the random loot drops found in countless games now. How do the Game Boys feel? It's all in this week's Game Boys Podcast!
The Game Boys are back...in space! This week is about what we wan't from the latest Overwatch event, Halloween Terror. Then the Game Boys turn their attention to the Destiny 2 endgame, is it enough and are we excited for what's to come? Finally, as fans of the original Dice Battlefront, what did the Game Boys think of the Star Wars Battlefront 2 beta? Find out!
A few missteps aside, Destiny 2 truly built and improved upon what came before.
Eyes up, Guardians, Destiny 2 is here. Well, this is a podcast, so ears up? Anyway, here's the Game Boys initial review of one of the biggest sequels of the year. Listen in as they cover everything from campaign to Crucible, inventory to endgame, and, of course, the raid. So, join us, it is your destiny!
In most regards, 'Destiny 2' is a marked improvement over its predecessor. A clear and engaging campaign, immense balancing, gorgeous visuals and cinematics, more activities than ever before, one of the best, most dynamic game soundtracks I've heard in while, and much more ensure 'Destiny 2' will see as much play as its predecessor if not more.
'Destiny2' has the makings of a sensational sequel. However, if Bungie really want players to have their cake and eat it too, here are some flavors of change they should really consider.
At Gamescom today, Bungie revealed the launch trailer for Destiny 2, presumably the final trailer before the much-anticipated sequel goes live. In it, there aren't...
What do Pokémon GO, SpeedRunners, and Destiny 2 have in common? Not much, but they all are on this episode of Game Boys!
Rapid-Fire is Goomba Stomp's weekly Playstation news column, wrapping up all of the Sony stories that you need to know about. This week, Sony released PlayStation VR sales figures for the first time, Middle-Earth: Shadows of War was revealed, Bungie spoke on the upcoming Destiny sequel and much more.
Destiny is a two-plus-year-old game that has miraculously held on to a faithful player base through a tried and true release schedule. Each Destiny year begins in September with a major expansion, interest is maintained through minor, timely events in the fall, early and late winter, and then another, more significant update comes in April or May.