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From the creators of Halo and the publisher of Call of Duty comes Destiny. With an unprecedented variety of FPS gameplay, Destiny promises to deliver an incredible story set within a newly-imagined, always-connected universe filled with action and adventure. Everything changed with the arrival of the Traveler. It sparked a Golden Age when our civilization spanned the solar system ... but it didn't last. Something hit us, knocked us down. The survivors built a city beneath the Traveler, and have begun to explore our old worlds, only to find them filled with deadly foes. In Destiny, you are a Guardian of the last safe city on Earth, able to wield incredible power. Defend the City. Defeat our enemies. Reclaim all that we have lost.

Platform: PC  Players: 4+   Co-op: Yes  Genres: Action,Shooter  Release Date: 09/09/2014  Publisher: Activision  Developer: Bungie
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Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris Review u2013 A Wasted Opportunity for the Sci-Fi Saga

If you're a hardcore Destiny player then you've probably got used to Bungie releasing a handful of DLCs after each major title in the saga. The first expansion for Destiny 2 is called Curse of Osiris and, ironically, puts a curse on the series. I ...

Welcome back, Guardian u2014 The Art of Destiny: Volume 2 review

There is no doubt that the push to the current console generations, and the welcome natural home on PC, has pushed the team at Bungie to up their game for Destiny 2. Insight Editions takes us back to the world of The Traveller, Guardians, and The ...

Destiny 2: The Curse of Osiris DLC Review - Bungie dump

Bungie dump

Mercury Rising - Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris Review

Now available on PC and console, Destiny 2's first expansion Curse of Osiris takes the futuristic action to the closest planet to the Sun, Mercury. Where our very own Adrian 'Dabugman' Haas donned his real and virtual hunter cloak to take on a new ...

Destiny 2 Curse of Osiris Review u2013 Infinite Boredom

Awful story-telling, terrible mission design, wasted potential, numerous items locked behind loot boxes..it's definitely Destiny 2 DLC.

Destiny 2: The Curse of Osiris review

I have kind of a thing for the Vex, so when Destiny 2’s first expansion was introduced with – omg – the Vex in it, I was super hyped. THE VEX, YOU GUYS. Although the series has (not unreasonably) been criticised for its prissy, ...

The curse continues u2014 Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris review

Curse of Osiris begins when the infamous Guardian, Osiris, learns of a new plot by the Vex to destroy the galaxy by dominating time itself. It’s a vague, over-the-top jumping off point with dire implications and a clear setup for shooting a lot of ...

Review: Destiny 2 u2013 Expansion I: Curse of Osiris

Destiny 2 is in a state of crisis. After a successful launch, the game and its developer, Bungie, have been engulfed in controversy. The game’s lack of endgame content, heavy use of microtransactions, and XP controversy have hampered Destiny 2’s ...

Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris - Final Review

The first expansion is cursed with a lack of understanding what's wrong with Destiny 2.

Destiny 2 u2013 Expansion I: The Curse of Osiris review for PS4, Xbox One, PC

To spite some questionable decisions in the Destiny sequel, the first expansion doesn't do a bad job of perking up the Destiny 2 experience a bit. View the full article, here: Destiny 2 – Expansion I: The Curse of Osiris review for PS4, Xbox ...

Review: Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris (PS4)

Curse is right

Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris Review in Progress u2013 Vex and the city

Destiny 2’s first substantial piece of DLC may look pretty, but it’s a surface fix that misses the mark on truly pushing the series forward. The post Destiny 2: Curse of Osiris Review in Progress – Vex and the city appeared first on ...

Destiny 2 review: our definitive verdict after a week with Bungie's blockbuster

Is Destiny 2 the perfection of Bungie's vision or a shallow grind-a-thon? Read our full review to find out. ...

The Division review: Itu2019s exactly like Destiny, but with matchmaking!

On paper, The Division and Destiny are almost exactly identical: they are both loot based games that you can’t play offline, and they are both games that encourage the practice of playing with other people. Other than the aforementioned ...

Game Review: Destiny 2

  Note: For the benefit of our readers, I will be avoiding major spoilers where possible in this review, regarding much of the story, powers and events.  It is also…

Destiny 2 review for PC

PC gamers have gotten what they have clamored for since September 9, 2014, Destiny on the PC! View the full article, here: Destiny 2 review for PC

Destiny 2 PC Review - Eyes up, Guardian

Eyes up, Guardian

Review: Destiny 2 (PC)

It has been a long time since we’ve seen a proper Bungie game on PC. Outside of the first two Halo games ported well after the fact, the now Washington-based studio wasn’t always well known for their console releases. After splitting off from ...

Hot Take: Destiny 2 PC

Specific issues hold us back from having the best experience with the big sequel

Hot Take: Destiny 2 PC

Specific issues hold us back from having the best experience with the big sequel