Submitted by cl1983 651d ago | news

Destiny Drawing Board: Shrike


The world of Destiny is an immense frontier. Your missions as a Guardian of the last safe city on Earth will cover a lot of ground. To propel you from one location to the next, no matter which destination you’re fighting to recapture, there is the Shrike. It swallows the landscape like a bird of prey with an insatiable appetite for scenery; be it the crimson dunes of Mars, the lush jungles of Venus, the dusty craters of the Moon, or the rusted wastes of our own homeworld. (Destiny, PS3, PS4, Xbox 360, Xbox One)

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1OddWorld  +   651d ago
This game will be a next gen system seller. I am so excited for this game to launch.
Majin-vegeta  +   651d ago
Reminds me of the speeder bike can;t wait!!!!!!!1
cl1983  +   651d ago
Your right it is very much Return of the Jedi speeder bike.
Godmars290  +   651d ago
Which wont mean much if there's little to no room to actually drive it around. There are no "tracks" for it.
Regis  +   650d ago
Want to know the cool thing about this bike?

As you progress through the story and level up your bike will evolve setting stronger and getting a new look.
medman  +   650d ago
E3 can't come soon enough. I NEED MORE INFO. I NEED TO SEE GAMES.

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