Oh console wars, why are you still a thing? It’s Team Xbox vs Team PlayStation… again <sigh>. Why do we keep debating this topic? The answer to this debate is so easy that at this point I really can’t help but wonder if maybe we just enjoy a good fight.

Destiny. A word that encompasses many things for many people. For me, and millions across the world, Destiny highlights hours of honed skill, fun with fireteams, raid bosses annihilated, and crucible matches won…and lost. For five years, we have stood up as Guardians to defend the Light against the Dark. I’ve loved every moment, even the ones I hated. This is my ode to Destiny and its sequel, Dest...

Analog Assault Episode 74: Or is it EP 75? WE WILL DO IT WHEN WE ARE LIVE! In this episode Lupo2theRescue taking over hosting duties as there are a plethora of things to discuss! Watch live on Thursdays @ 8:30 PM CST! Become a supporter: Mulehorn Gaming on the Web: Mulehorn Gaming on Facebook: htt...

It is fair to say Destiny is a popular games series with a strong, supportive community. Millions of Guardians login daily. I am one of those guardians and this is my story.

Recorded on May 30th the Analog Assault Podcast Episode 66: Is the future of gaming now?

Analog Assault Episode 50: Red Dead Online, Fallout 76, Destiny 2 Black Armory, Anthem Recorded on Thursday, November 29, 2018.

Analog Assault Episode 40: Destiny 2 – Solstice of Heroes Recorded on Thursday, August 2, 2018.

Most gamers I know were simply astonished at the beauty and awesome visuals when playing through the climactic Almighty level near the end of Destiny 2. However, on my first time through it, my inner Sith Lord revealed itself. While my fireteam was focused on defeating the Almighty and stopping the Red Legion, I was focused on something else: How does it work?

You may have been wondering: What in the world was the inspiration behind that strange microphone-shaped rocket launcher in Destiny 2? Well, it’s safe to say the Wardcliff Coil’s design comes from Wardenclyffe Tower A.K.A. Tesla Tower. Built by Nikola Tesla, it was an attempt to prove his experiment, a wireless power transmission system.

It’s been another exciting week in gaming and we’ve got your Nintendo related news right here in your weekly Ninten-News 10-9-17 newsletter.

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