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Four Years Later, Destiny’s Music Of The Spheres Has Leaked [UPDATE]

In late 2013, veteran Bungie composer Marty O’Donnell finished Music of the Spheres, an eight-part musical work designed to be released alongside Destiny. It never came out. But today, thanks to an anonymous leaker, the elusive work is finally on the internet—at least until the copyright strikes hit. Composed by O’Donnell, his partner Michael Salvatori, and former […]

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As Destiny 2 Players Rage, Bungie Struggles To Respond

Throughout three years of Destiny and its sequel, several things have remained consistent. The shooting has always felt great. The aliens have always been fun to kill. And Bungie has always been unable to communicate with players in a way that doesn’t piss them off.  On Friday, Bungie announced plans to change the game’s experience system after […]

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Ironsight – Futuristic online FPS announced for Western launch

Europe-based games publisher Gamigo recently announced it has obtained the publishing rights for Ironsight, a futuristic online first person shooter developed by Korean studio Wiple Games. Ironsight is currently scheduled to launch as a Free-to-Play title within the first quarter of 2018, with Gamigo focused on marketing the game in North America and Europe. First revealed […]

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Secret World Legends – Go beyond the wall in new Tokyo update

Last month, Funcom introduced the first part of the massive Tokyo storyline to Secret World Legends. Today, the adventure continues in Tokyo: Beyond the Wall, moving players even deeper into the apocalyptic city in search of answers. New areas include the Kaidan Docks, to the “Dream Hotel” which holds vast secrets. The final Tokyo update will […]

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Avabel Online – Mobile MMORPG heading to consoles and PC

After revealing Fantasy Earth Genesis with Square Enix, Japanese developer Asobimo made a huge announcement itself when confirming Avabel Online, its mobile MMORPG which launched back in 2013, is being ported over to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Windows PC on Steam! The console versions will support gamepad controls, while mouse and keyboard are used for the […]

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SPLATOON 2 SELLING 7 TIMES FASTER THAN THE ORIGINAL IN JAPAN

Doing a graphical comparison here, Splatoon 2 sells in 1 month what the original sold in 7. pic.twitter.com/KTHmitEFd5 — Game Data Library (@GameDataLibrary) August 23, 2017 Splatoon really caught on in Japan, and it’s clear that the fans are eager for more. Just look at how quickly Splatoon 2 is selling! It’s insane, especially when you factor […]

Why 4K isn’t enough: The case for higher resolutions