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Despite Bright Engrams being cosmetic and able to be earned in game, the sheer volume of items Destiny 2 puts inside them is ruining DLC like Curse of Osiris, and will be an even bigger problem in the future.
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Destiny 2 has let Xur sell the most broken exotic in the game, Prometheus Lens, days before it's supposed to be nerfed.
Destiny 2 has many problems, but its vault and inventory management system might be one of its very worst.
NPD is reporting that Star Wars Battlefront 2 sales, physical game sales in the US, were only 882,000 in its debut month.
Sony (SNE) releases figures for its PS4 console and PS VR headset systems. The company has sold 70.6 million PS4 consoles and 2 million PS VR headsets.
Sony released some new stats today detailing the progression of sales for its PS4 console and PS VR headset systems.
Sony was the only one of the Big Three not to release new hardware this year, but that has not slowed the momentum of PlayStation in the slightest.
Sony Corp. said its PlayStation 4 (PS4) gaming and entertainment system has cumulatively sold more than 70.6 million units worldwide as of Dec. 3, while more than 617.8 million copies of PS4 games have ...
Last month, Sony unveiled the updated Aibo dog-shaped pet robot—more than a decade after the company discontinued the original Aibo in 2006.
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It only took half a day, but one new gun introduced in Destiny 2’s Curse of Osiris has totally broken the game.
'Star Wars Battlefront 2' is increasing payouts in an attempt to fix the micro-transaction mess the game has found itself in, but EA is still trying to build a slightly less aggressive version of the same systems that players revolted against before.
Today is launch day for Destiny 2’s first DLC, Curse of Osiris, and guess when The Division decided to drop its giant, anticipated 1.8 patch?
Destiny 2's first expansion, Curse of Osiris, goes live today, but many of Bungie's promised changes to the game aren't going to be live yet.
When it comes to consumer technology companies, it is extremely tough to pull off a turnaround. Often these operators eventually fade away, as seen with Kodak and Palm. There are exceptions, of course. Perhaps the most prominent example is Apple Inc. (NASDAQ:AAPL), which was on the verge of bankruptcy in the mid-1990s. Not long ago, the company seemed to be irrelevant and headed for the dustbin.
Microsoft's Xbox One X has, without a doubt, the prettiest versions of third-party games. Sony's exclusives might still mean that the PS4 Pro winds up with some of the prettiest games of 2018.
For the past few years, QUALCOMM, Inc. (NASDAQ:QCOM) has been an ugly, ungainly investment. After breaching $70 territory in 2014, the QCOM stock price took a turn for the worse. Unfortunately, the move was short-lived, as Qualcomm quickly became one of the worst-performing tech firms of this year.
EA will be giving out more credits is 'Star Wars Battlefront 2' in the continuing fallout from the micro-transaction controversy, but it's got a tough road ahead of it.