GameSpot News Roundup is back with Jess McDonell and Dan Crowd, bringing you a handful of happenings from the gaming world. Here are today’s stories:
Destiny 2 Dev Says It “Betrayed” Players, Announces Massive Changes
It’s been a big week for Destiny! In the wake of the game’s XP restrictions being uncovered, Bungie canceled their Curse of Osiris livestream, and instead gave us a hefty blog post explaining their actions, and admitting their betrayal to fans. They also went through a ton of huge changes to Destiny’s game mechanics, which we go through in today’s episode. Seriously, there are heaps!
My Hero Academia Game Announced For PS4 and Nintendo Switch
The popular anime about being an ordinary teen in an extraordinary world is getting a new video game adaptation, and it’s coming to Japan’s favorite consoles: The PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch. That’s about all you need to know on that one.
GTA 5 Parent Company Says Loot Boxes Are Not Gambling
It’s 2017’s hottest topic, and now Take-Two president Karl Slatoff, who’s responsible for overseeing the operations of Rockstar Games and 2K Games, has weighed in. Will you like his answer? Tune in and find out!
What did you think about today’s news? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below, and we’ll see you next week!
- Major Destiny 2 Changes Coming With December Updates
- GTA Company Responds To Loot Box Controversy, Says It’s Not Gambling
- PS4 And Nintendo Switch My Hero Academia Game Revealed