Submitted by Shadowolf 915d ago | opinion piece

Destiny: What's In A Name

A single word title seems to be a staple of Bungie’s franchises. Myth, Marathon, and Halo all shared this title attribute and so will Bungie’s upcoming blockbuster Destiny. The title of each game tied in to the narrative and world somehow and shed light on content that was in the game. With Halo, the title referred to the Halos in the game. These alien created “bio-rings” were ultimately weapons that the enemy covenant were on a path to use against humanity in an attempt to annihilate them. It becomes your goal as Master Chief to stop this from happening and become the hero that you are destined to be. (Destiny, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

MaxXAttaxX  +   915d ago
You could name almost any game "Destiny". Think about it. It's such a broad word. I don't think they could come up with anything unique so they called it Destiny.

Nah I'm yanking your chain Bungie :P
o-Sunny-o  +   915d ago
Destiny sounds better than halo...just my opinion.

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