What Happened To Sonic Fandom?

What Happened To Sonic Fandom?

Welcome back to another episode of Pass The Salt, the Internets saltiest gaming talk show! The Sonic fandom has evolved into one of the…strangest on the internet. But everyone has their kinks I guess! So, is it weird or super sonic hot? Check out the entire episode by guiding your cursor here. Support the channel! https://www.patreon.com/dailydorks Get updates here! https://www.Instagram.com/Daily_Dorks https://www.Facebook.com/DailyDorks https://www.twitter.com/DailyDorks Intro music by MyNewSoundtrack! Check out his channel! https://www.youtube.com/user/MyNewSou… FEATURED IMAGE CREDIT:Deviant Art

This Review Of Destiny Calls Bungie Out

This Review Of Destiny Calls Bungie Out

Destiny, created by Bungie, which has definitely had its fair share of ups and downs, to put it nicely, constantly rolls out new content, but at a price. Literally. Players take to gaming forums to share their concerns and frustration with the developer and its game seemingly every day. This fresh, small, and simple review makes an interesting point. Mark isn’t sold on Bungie’s strategy Transcript: “Destiny. ‘pay $80 to continue playing our game please.’ ‘NO’ Reviewed BY: Mark 2/5 stars“ Obvious satire or honest truth? Check out what one of…

The Big Show Claims ‘Top’ Destiny Record

The Big Show Claims ‘Top’ Destiny Record

Most celebrities play video games. Hugh Jackman played World of Warcraft and Ice-T is a Gears of War fanatic. It’s no surprise that people in the media like… media! Professional wrestler Paul Wight, known in WWE as The Big Show, not only plays video games, he’s really great at them. He’s specifically a wonderful Destiny player and well respected within its community. Bungie, Activision, and Redbull teamed up to send Paul a ton of free gear and energy drinks to keep him gaming all night long. Big thank you to @bungie,@RedBull,@Activision, @DestinyTheGame for the cool care package!…

Bungie’s Destiny Celebrates Halloween

Bungie’s Destiny Celebrates Halloween

Playing Destiny but getting tired of it? Developer Bungie might have noticed. Log in right now, fly to the tower, and celebrate “Festival of the Light,” a Halloween inspired event. Once players reach the tower, they’ll be greeted with a variety of new quests, Halloween themed music, and Eris Morn saying things like “Candy will not save you,” and “Are you wearing a mask? I can’t tell.” The quest that starts it all is called “Sweet Memories,” which asks guardians to “trick-or-treat.” Once that’s done, collect the goodies, and have fun with a list of fresh quests. Don’t hesitate,…

Destiny’s Bizzarre PvP Anomalies

Destiny’s Bizzarre PvP Anomalies

I spoke with a friend of mine and discussed the anomalies of Destiny‘s PvP, most of which might be ignored or outright unknown to the larger community. I wanted to share some of our thoughts online in hopes to find others that might be encountering similar annoyances. I’ve played too many online FPS titles for well over ten years. I pride myself in knowing I’m really good at them. I say that with pride and without ego. There have been many times where in casual settings I’ve taken on sponsored Counter-Strike…

Destiny Welcomes Eververse Trading Co.

Destiny Welcomes Eververse Trading Co.

In an expected move by developer Bungie, Destiny now includes microtransactions. The new currency known as silver, acquired by using real world money, allows users to purchase new emotes through the “Eververse Trading Company.” Head on to the tower, and talk to Tess Everis, who is happily awaiting your patronage. If you’ve been playing the game already, you’ll find 400 silver pieces in your inventory. The newly attained currency will not let you purchase “Legendary” emotes from Tess Everis. You’ll need to spend five real world dollars to afford the most…

Destiny: The Taken King Review

Destiny: The Taken King Review

I recently took the plunge back into Destiny. I couldn’t stomach the first year. With rumors of a year 2 “complete” disc being released in 2015 (it did), I chucked the game and waited for the paid-beta period to expire. Ultimately, I ended up enjoying the game when I purchased the new and improved Destiny: Legendary Edition. You can find our review for that here. Destiny: The Taken King carries over 2.0’s improvements. NPCs supply abundant quests forming a lit and active cosmos. The Taken King marks the first expansion to have…

It’s My Year 2 Destiny Review

It’s My Year 2 Destiny Review

I’m without a doubt in the camp of users who left the cosmos to die in late 2014, after realizing Destiny was a day-to-day job lacking monetary compensation. Had Nerdopotamus been up and running last year, I would have given Bungie’s first year attempt a grade that many would deem “click bait.” Remember when you realized leveling after 20 was harder than waiting 21 years for your first drink? With that of course came running in circles (literally) acquiring materials in order to successfully level. No matter what, the game…

Destiny 2.0 & Taken King Review In Progress

Destiny 2.0 & Taken King Review In Progress

Just around one year ago, vanilla Destiny released for last gen and current gen consoles, minus Nintendo’s platforms. The hype was real. It was a while since developer Bungie released a video game. Their last game was part of the esteemed Halo franchise. Based off of footage, concept art, and leaked story, many thought Destiny was Halo’s spiritual successor in MMOFPS form. There were two glaring complications. Bungie kept telling us to call “their” game an “MMO” and 343 Industries helms the still well-regarded Halo series. Vanilla Destiny released and…