Destiny is a game that encourages a lot of grinding. Grind for XP, grind for faction rep, grind for quests, grind for resources, and grind for loot. Over time, I’ve developed my favorite spots for grinding on each of Destiny’s maps. In this farming guide for Destiny, I’ll share my general farming tips and tricks, as well as some targeted advice for each area.
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Things get magically weird in September with our lineup of Ys Origin, State of Decay, Shadowrun Returns, Dragon’s Crown, and Weird Worlds.
Destiny is easily the most hyped game of 2014. Bungie’s said it’s a deep and complex game that will take players years to fully explore. Now that we’re both at the initial level cap, what impression has the game left […]
Now that EBongo and I have spent a few hours with Destiny, we’ve worked out a few strategies for optimal early play. We’ll share our early game tips and tricks in this Destiny early-game guide! What is the Level Cap? […]
The Infinite Space series has always held a special place in my heart. I recently grabbed the latest entry in the series, Sea of Stars, during an IndieGameStand bundle promotion. It’s still in Early Access, so it’s got a way to go before release. In this article, I’ll see what’s new and interesting in the third chapter of the Infinite Space series and check out the early build to get an idea as to what’s to come.
It’s the end of the world as we know it, so let’s explore nuclear winter Russia with Metro 2033, adapt to a post global warming Earth in Anno 2070, deal with soul-crushing debt in Recettear, outmaneuver the darkness in One Way Heroics, and then escape from the mad prison island of the cat overlords in Battleblock Theater.
Did you miss page one? Click the link above to check it out. Riding the wave It may surprise you to know that Valve (the creators of Steam) actually consulted with a professor a few years back to better understand […]
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Roguelikes have been making something of a comeback recently, with many indie games incorporating procedurally generated adventures and permadeath into their RPG formulas. One Way Heroics takes a somewhat unique approach to this genre, and I’m hopelessly addicted.
It doesn’t take much convincing to get EB and I to play a Bungie game. He’s a Halo fan from the original Xbox days, and I’ve played practically everything they’ve put out since their early Mac games. Destiny’s been on our radar since it was announced, so preordering it for beta access was a no-brainer. We’ll summarize our impressions of the Destiny beta here, specifically around the Destiny Beta’s Xbox 360 edition.