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Destiny: The Taken King

Destiny + all expansion DLC for just £21.46

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Destiny + all expansion DLC for just £21.46

This new version of Destiny is packed with value as it includes the base game, the original Season Pass expansion content (House of Wolves and The Dark Below) as well as the new expansion The Taken King. Today's sale price is comfortably cheaper than the competition too. Rakuten has the PS4 version for just £21.46.

There are some radical changes to the way the XP system works in Destiny too when The Taken King arrives. Essentially, the annoying Light system that forced you to equip certain items if you wanted the level boost is being replaced with something similar to the way you levelled up on the way to Lv.20. These are exciting times and it looks like Bungie are making a solid effort at bringing lapsed players back and giving them all the content in this edition seems like a smart move as it's only about £10-£15 more than the base game now. If you want to know more about Destiny's changes and what they mean for players, check out Carl's Destiny: The Taken King review.

Thanks to spbingham.

Get Destiny: The Taken King - Legendary Edition on PS4 / Xbox One for just £20.27

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Carl Phillips
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Get Destiny: The Taken King - Legendary Edition on PS4 / Xbox One for just £20.27

There are big savings to be had with this listing thanks to the voucher code above, with this being one of the best prices we've seen. As we point out in the review, The Taken King does enough to bring Destiny back on course thanks to a streamlined progression system and renewed focus on story. While newcomers will get the most value out of this (as the base game is included) former players will find this the right time to rejoin the fight as well. Thanks to MarkGelder @ HUKD!

Be sure to check out our Destiny: The Taken King review for more details.

Get Destiny: The Taken King - Legendary Edition on PS4 / Xbox One for £27.99

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Get Destiny: The Taken King - Legendary Edition on PS4 / Xbox One for £27.99

With most other listings being over £30 at the moment, it makes these listings for The Taken King on current-gen consoles worthy of a highlight. As we point out in the review, The Taken King does enough to bring Destiny back on course thanks to a streamlined progression system and renewed focus on story. While newcomers will get the most value out of this (as the base game is included) former players will find this the right time to rejoin the fight as well. Thanks to Iqs @ HUKD!

Be sure to check out our Destiny: The Taken King review for more details.

Destiny: The Taken King - Legendary Edition only £26.95 on PS4

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Brendan Griffiths
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Destiny: The Taken King - Legendary Edition only £26.95 on PS4

This new version of Destiny is packed with value as it includes the base game, the original Season Pass expansion content (House of Wolves and The Dark Below) as well as the new expansion The Taken King. Today's sale price is comfortably cheaper than the competition too. Amazon are selling the PS4 version for just £26.95.

There are some radical changes to the way the XP system works in Destiny too when The Taken King arrives. Essentially, the annoying Light system that forced you to equip certain items if you wanted the level boost is being replaced with something similar to the way you levelled up on the way to Lv.20. These are exciting times and it looks like Bungie are making a solid effort at bringing lapsed players back and giving them all the content in this edition seems like a smart move as it's only about £10-£15 more than the base game now. If you want to know more about Destiny's changes and what they mean for players, check out Carl's Destiny: The Taken King review.

Thanks to phired.

Destiny: The Taken King - Legendary Edition only £27 on Xbox One

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Destiny: The Taken King - Legendary Edition only £27 on Xbox One

This new version of Destiny is packed with value as it includes the base game, the original Season Pass expansion content (House of Wolves and The Dark Below) as well as the new expansion The Taken King. Today's sale price is comfortably cheaper than the competition too.

There are some radical changes to the way the XP system works in Destiny too when The Taken King arrives. Essentially, the annoying Light system that forced you to equip certain items if you wanted the level boost is being replaced with something similar to the way you levelled up on the way to Lv.20. These are exciting times and it looks like Bungie are making a solid effort at bringing lapsed players back and giving them all the content in this edition seems like a smart move as it's only about £10-£15 more than the base game now. If you want to know more about Destiny's changes and what they mean for players, check out Carl's Destiny: The Taken King review.

Thanks to hcanni819.

Destiny: The Taken King - Legendary Edition only £26 on PS4

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Brendan Griffiths
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Destiny: The Taken King - Legendary Edition only £26 on PS4

This new version of Destiny is packed with value as it includes the base game, the original Season Pass expansion content (House of Wolves and The Dark Below) as well as the new expansion The Taken King. Today's sale price is comfortably cheaper than the competition too. Amazon are selling the PS4 version for just £26.

There are some radical changes to the way the XP system works in Destiny too when The Taken King arrives. Essentially, the annoying Light system that forced you to equip certain items if you wanted the level boost is being replaced with something similar to the way you levelled up on the way to Lv.20. These are exciting times and it looks like Bungie are making a solid effort at bringing lapsed players back and giving them all the content in this edition seems like a smart move as it's only about £10-£15 more than the base game now. If you want to know more about Destiny's changes and what they mean for players, check out Carl's Destiny: The Taken King review.

Get Destiny and all the DLC for a bargain price

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Brendan Griffiths
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Get Destiny and all the DLC for a bargain price

This new version of Destiny is packed with value as it includes the base game, the original Season Pass expansion content (House of Wolves and The Dark Below) as well as the new expansion The Taken King. Today's sale price is comfortably cheaper than the competition too. GC are selling the PS4 version for just £29.95, whilst the next best deal is around £32. If you paid for this content separately over the years, it would have cost about £120.

There are some radical changes to the way the XP system works in Destiny too when The Taken King arrives. Essentially, the annoying Light system that forced you to equip certain items if you wanted the level boost is being replaced with something similar to the way you levelled up on the way to Lv.20. These are exciting times and it looks like Bungie are making a solid effort at bringing lapsed players back and giving them all the content in this edition seems like a smart move as it's only about £10-£15 more than the base game now. If you want to know more about Destiny's changes and what they mean for players, check out Carl's Destiny: The Taken King review.

Destiny: The Taken King - Legendary Edition on PS4 falls to £29.95

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Carl Phillips
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Destiny: The Taken King - Legendary Edition on PS4 falls to £29.95

This is the cheapest listing without a voucher code we've seen for The Taken King, and currently beats the next best offer by around £8. As we point out in the review, The Taken King does enough to bring Destiny back on course thanks to a streamlined progression system and renewed focus on story. While newcomers will get the most value out of this (as the base game is included) former players will find this the right time to rejoin the fight as well. Thanks to Buzz for the heads-up!

Be sure to check out our Destiny: The Taken King review for more details.

Fantastic price for Destiny with every expansion DLC

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Fantastic price for Destiny with every expansion DLC

Been on the fence about Destiny, or even about going back to bungie's hyped-up shooter? Maybe this one's for you. This new version of Destiny is packed with value as it includes the base game, the original Season Pass expansion content (House of Wolves and The Dark Below) as well as the new expansion The Taken King. Today's sale price for the PS4 version is comfortably cheaper than the competition too.

There are some radical changes to the way the XP system works in Destiny too when The Taken King arrives. Essentially, the annoying Light system that forced you to equip certain items if you wanted the level boost is being replaced with something similar to the way you levelled up on the way to Lv.20. These are exciting times and it looks like Bungie are making a solid effort at bringing lapsed players back and giving them all the content in this edition seems like a smart move as it's only about £10-£15 more than the base game now. If you want to know more about Destiny's changes and what they mean for players, check out Carl's Destiny: The Taken King review.

Thanks to robtallica.

Destiny: The Taken King - Legendary Edition on PS4 is once again £33.99

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Carl Phillips
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Destiny: The Taken King - Legendary Edition on PS4 is once again £33.99

Here's yet another chance to get hold of Destiny: The Taken King for £34 if you missed out on last week's similar deal. It beats the next cheapest deal by a fiver overall. As we point out in the review, The Taken King does enough to bring Destiny back on course thanks to a streamlined progression system and renewed focus on story. While newcomers will get the most value out of this (as the base game is included) former players will find this the right time to rejoin the fight as well. Thanks to Buzz for the heads-up!

Be sure to check out our Destiny: The Taken King review for more details.

Lowest price yet for Destiny: The Taken King - Legendary Edition

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Brendan Griffiths
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Lowest price yet for Destiny: The Taken King - Legendary Edition

This new version of Destiny is packed with value as it includes the base game, the original Season Pass expansion content (House of Wolves and The Dark Below) as well as the new expansion The Taken King. Today's sale price is comfortably cheaper than the competition too. GC are selling the PS4 version for just £33.95, whilst the next best deal is around £40.

There are some radical changes to the way the XP system works in Destiny too when The Taken King arrives. Essentially, the annoying Light system that forced you to equip certain items if you wanted the level boost is being replaced with something similar to the way you levelled up on the way to Lv.20. These are exciting times and it looks like Bungie are making a solid effort at bringing lapsed players back and giving them all the content in this edition seems like a smart move as it's only about £10-£15 more than the base game now. If you want to know more about Destiny's changes and what they mean for players, check out Carl's Destiny: The Taken King review.

Destiny: The Taken King Review | Bungie’s Royal Pardon?

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Carl Phillips
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Destiny: The Taken King Review | Bungie’s Royal Pardon?

As much as I liked Destiny, even I agreed with many others over its issues during the first year of its life. A lack of live events during patrol missions, the ridiculous way the Light levelling system worked, and a poorly implemented storyline meant that, unless you had a group of like-minded players who were happy to repeat the same raids over and over, your end-game solely existed in the Crucible. The first two add-ons did little to help this, presenting too little content for their asking price.

So The Taken King represented a chance to alter the course of Destiny’s… well, destiny. A few of those much-needed changes were felt before the expansion went live – namely the way progression worked and how Light affected gear – and it finally gave me hope. Were Bungie finally using the feedback to deliver on Destiny’s potential? Would The Taken King fix all the other issues that plagued the game? Would I get ever used to the fact Nolan North was now voicing Ghost?

Destiny: The Taken King Review | Bungie’s Royal Pardon?

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Destiny: The Taken King launches today - here are the cheapest prices

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Carl Phillips
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Destiny: The Taken King launches today - here are the cheapest prices

Year two of Destiny has officially kicked off today with the release of The Taken King expansion. With new areas, new strikes, a whole bunch of new weapons to loot, and the removal of the Light level system, Bungie are essentially using it as a platform to relaunch the game after a divisive first year. The Legendary Edition includes all previously released content alongside the expansion, so we've searched around for the best prices to help former players and newcomers who want to give Destiny's second year a go.

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Are Fallout 4 and Witcher III a turning point for Season Passes?

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Brendan Griffiths
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Are Fallout 4 and Witcher III a turning point for Season Passes?

Season Passes have become the scourge of games in recent years. We're not opposed to additional content for games, far from it. But when the cost of a Season Pass matches that of a full game, our alarm bells start to ring. What's worse, so many of these passes offer a paltry amount of content that simply doesn't justify the price. Consider that Season Passes often stick to their high price long after the main game can be bought for a fraction of the original cost a few months after release and the farce becomes even more laughable.

There are signs of encouragement though. Signs that a balance can be struck for developers and publishers making extra dough and so gamers can come away with good value for money. Right now, we're looking at CD Projekt Red (The Witcher III: Wild Hunt) and Bethesda (Fallout 4) as high-profile candidates to show the rest how it's done.

Are Fallout 4 and Witcher III a turning point for Season Passes?

That's a big claim, especially as their Season Pass content hasn't even been released yet. But it's pretty damn easy to see why I'm able to write about yet more season pass updates, but in a positive light rather than a rant about publisher greed. It's all about the price.

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Destiny: The Taken King - Legendary Edition only £36.85 (includes all the DLC)

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Brendan Griffiths
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Destiny: The Taken King - Legendary Edition only £36.85 (includes all the DLC)

This upcoming version of Destiny is packed with value as it includes the original Season Pass expansion content (House of Wolves and The Dark Below) as well as the upcoming expansion The Taken King. This is much cheaper than buying the content separately.

There are some radical changes to the way the XP system works in Destiny too when The Taken King arrives. Essentially, the annoying Light system that forced you to equip certain items if you wanted the level boost is being replaced with something similar to the way you levelled up on the way to Lv.20. These are exciting times and it looks like Bungie are making a solid effort at bringing lapsed players back and giving them all the content in this edition seems like a smart move as it's only about £10-£15 more than the base game now. If you want to know more about Destiny's changes and what they mean for players, check out my feature article: Destiny's upcoming changes could make it great again.

Thanks to Nathanielj3.

Destiny: The Taken King - Legendary Edition only £34.85 (includes all the DLC)

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Brendan Griffiths
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Destiny: The Taken King - Legendary Edition only £34.85 (includes all the DLC)

This upcoming version of Destiny is packed with value as it includes the original Season Pass expansion content (House of Wolves and The Dark Below) as well as the upcoming expansion The Taken King. This is much cheaper than buying the content separately. Don't forget to use the voucher code to get this price.

There are some radical changes to the way the XP system works in Destiny too when The Taken King arrives. Essentially, the annoying Light system that forced you to equip certain items if you wanted the level boost is being replaced with something similar to the way you levelled up on the way to Lv.20. These are exciting times and it looks like Bungie are making a solid effort at bringing lapsed players back and giving them all the content in this edition seems like a smart move as it's only about £10-£15 more than the base game now. If you want to know more about Destiny's changes and what they mean for players, check out my feature article: Destiny's upcoming changes could make it great again.

Thanks to ViperKeith.

Destiny's upcoming changes could make it great again

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Brendan Griffiths
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Destiny's upcoming changes could make it great again

Destiny was fantastic fun for the opening couple of months, but the seriously repetitive content soon became an issue. Bungie's hype fizzled out to reveal a selection of empty play areas of uninspired fetch quests. Then came the expansions via a Season Pass that cost as much as buying the original game again, albeit with a tiny amount of tangible new content or environments.

Combine this with a levelling system that seemed exceptionally miserly with rewards that forced players into choosing weapons and armour based on how it would affect their Light level rather than the statistical benefits offered elsewhere, and Destiny became a gruelling grind with no sense of purpose. Bungie tried to reinvent the wheel without conceding to the value of a curve.

Not everyone felt that way of course and the number of people still playing Destiny on a daily basis is seriously impressive given the very valid concerns listed above. Bungie could simply carry on as they are, with their loyal core audience locked-in for more of the same with the occasional hope of being granted the chance to pay a small fortune for an extra slice of the action. Through this lengthy and expensive process, Destiny has been slowly been making its way towards something resembling a complete product. In its current state, I personally feel Destiny is sorely lacking given my experience of the main game and what I've read about the expansions as a non-pass holder.

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Time to go back? Destiny: The Taken King - Legendary Edition only £34.85

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Brendan Griffiths
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Time to go back? Destiny: The Taken King - Legendary Edition only £34.85

This upcoming version of Destiny is packed with value as it includes the original Season Pass expansion content (House of Wolves and The Dark Below) as well as the upcoming expansion The Taken King. This is much cheaper than buying the content separately.

There are some radical changes to the way the XP system works in Destiny too when The Taken King arrives. Essentially, the annoying Light system that forced you to equip certain items if you wanted the level boost is being replaced with something similar to the way you levelled up on the way to Lv.20. These are exciting times and it looks like Bungie are making a solid effort at bringing lapsed players back and giving them all the content in this edition seems like a smart move as it's only about £10-£15 more than the base game now. If you want to know more about Destiny's changes and what they mean for players, check out today's feature article: Destiny's upcoming changes could make it great again.