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News: Bungie Abandons Destiny Content on PS3

Bungie Abandons Destiny Content on PS3

The end of Trials and Banner

Bungie has laid out its future plans for Destiny on PlayStation 3, which includes the permanent cancellations of Trials of Osiris and Iron Banner. As we previously covered, Destiny's next expansion - Rise of Iron - won't be coming to PlayStation 3, but according to Troubleshooter pages on

E3 2016: Call of Duty Has A Strong Gravitational Pull with Impressive Infinite Warfare Gameplay Trailer

Call of Duty Has A Strong Gravitational Pull with Impressive Infinite Warfare Gameplay Trailer

Star wars

While everybody might have thumbed down Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare's lacklustre launch trailer to the very depths of Hell, we had a feeling that it might find redemption in its Mass Effect-like approach to its campaign structure with space dogfights that combine a mix of on-rails and free flight. From this gameplay trailer alone,...

News: Destiny's Rise of Iron Is a $30 Expansion

Destiny's Rise of Iron Is a $30 Expansion

A "big" expansion, according to Bungie

Destiny's been blasted in the past for the price of its expansions, and we fear that conversation's going to come up again in the relatively near future. Speaking during the official reveal of the shooter's next expansion, Rise of Iron, Bungie confirmed that the new content is going to set you back $30. We...

Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan (PS4)

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan (PS4)

Shell shock

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles is a property that has had no shortage of video games over the past two and a half decades. Whether it be sidescrollers, platformers, or arcade-style beat-em-ups, the series has seen its fair share of tie-ins. However, when the franchise is mentioned, the most famous instalment brought up is TMNT: Turtles in...

News: TMNT: Mutants in Manhattan Runs at 30FPS on PS4, Lasts Around 3 Hours

TMNT: Mutants in Manhattan Runs at 30FPS on PS4, Lasts Around 3 Hours

Cow-a-bomba

Heroes in a half-shell? More like heroes at half the framerate, huh? Digital Foundry has released some hands-on impressions of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutants in Manhattan – and they're not particularly positive. We've been told that review code isn't quite ready to go yet, so this is the best that you're getting for now. So,...