It was on this day in 2001 that we first donned the helmet of the heroic Master Chief and launched an epic campaign against the zealotic alien Covenant in Halo: Combat Evolved.
It was on this day in 2004 that Bungie attempted to capture lightning in a bottle a second time with the release of Halo 2.
As the last full expansion for Destiny before Destiny 2, and a follow-up to The Taken King, Rise of Iron had big shoes to fill. It’s a shame then that it doesn’t.
On September 25, 2007, players and fans in North America took the final steps in the journey to put an epic end to the original war between Master Chief, humanity, the Flood and the Covenant.
What if you were one of those soldiers that doesn’t have genetic engineering to explain away their practical immortality? That’s the question Halo 3: ODST asked on this day in 2009.
Today in 2010, Bungie hit the world with the weighty story of Halo: Reach and capped off their legacy with the series.
Even players that swore by mainstays like the MIDA Multi-Tool or the Icebreaker have found something to love with all of the new toys we've been given with the Taken King expansion. There are even a few surprises thrown in for players who loved their old legendary weapons. Here are the ten most powerful weapons in Destiny: The Taken King.
With Halo 5: Guardians on the way, it's time that we look back at Master Chief's accolades throughout the iconic Halo series. Since its inception 14 years ago, Bungie and 343 Industries have redefined the first-person shooter experience numerous times, raising the standards of the genre with each new entry of the franchise. The series has taken us across the galaxy as Master Chief and have put us in the boots of some unexpected heroes across the years, but there is something that remains adamantly constant across the franchise: fun.
The first year of Destiny has been a bumpy ride for Bungie. From an underwhelming final product to a very flimsy first DLC pack, Destiny has seen a lot of ups and downs in only its first year of a proposed ten year plan. The House of Wolves was a step in the right direction for the game, and even though the Taken King undoes some of what that DLC introduced, it is exactly what Destiny needed after it in order to progress.
After the Guardians killed his son, Crota, Oryx is out for revenge in this new live-action trailer for Destiny: The Taken King