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Submitted by Donnieboi 728d ago | interview

Bungie: We're not resting on our laurels with Destiny

The Halo series Bungie created is one of the most well-known franchises in gaming. It has sold millions of copies and its fans reach the world over. Despite this success, Bungie does not believe it will be blinded by its past accomplishments for its all-new Destiny franchise.

"It's important to take pride in one's work, and we do, but I don't see anyone here resting on their laurels," Bungie explained as part of its latest Mail Sack. (Dev, Industry, Next-Gen, PC, PS3, Xbox 360)

Credit url: gamespot.com
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RuleofOne343  +   728d ago
You folks at Bungie should not rest till Destiny is the greatest game ever, also keep in mind we are a fickle bunch of consumers who are very judgmental & intolerable whiners.
who will go as far to correct people just to satisfy their egos & feel good about themselves.

You know what bungie make the game you want to make to hell w/ the whiners .
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HK6  +   728d ago
HK6  +   728d ago
Awe, you edited your post. You're no fun.

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