Last month, thousands gathered in the Tower to watch the sun-killing Almighty vessel get blown up by Rasputin in Destiny 2.
Last week, several Christopher Nolan films (Inception, The Dark Knight, and The Prestige) were streamed live as part of a movie night… in Fortnite.
The meta-verse of gaming is evolving, with it comes new opportunities for storytelling and social spaces. And so we are moved to ask: are ‘live events’ in games the future?
Read More How ‘live events’ are changing storytelling and social spaces in video games for the better
Halo 2 Anniversary has brought its complete suite of features (from its fan-favourite campaign to its revolutionary multiplayer) to The Master Chief Collection on PC.
This seemed like an opportune time to remember one of the most fun things to do in the game – breaking out of the level boundaries.
Read More Out of bounds: Going on vacation… in Halo 2
Destiny 2’s ‘Season of the Worthy’ is a countdown to Armageddon. It’s the gap between Mass Effect 2 and 3, leading to the Reapers’ arrival, experienced in real-time!
Those ‘pyramid ships’ glimpsed at the end of the Red War campaign back in 2017? They’re coming, and every week we’re seeing them get closer.
Here’s why this is awesome…
Read More Destiny 2’s latest season is a real-time countdown to the arrival of the Darkness
As 2019 comes to a close, we at Universally Speaking wanted to sign off by looking back at our top five most memorable moments and experiences in gaming this year.
Read More Top 10 Moments in Gaming – 2019 Edition (5-1)
Every year brings with it a series of new blockbuster video game titles, and the next best thing to playing them when they release is waiting for their trailers to drop at a big industry event.
This week, Universally Speaking examines the place of trailers in the gaming industry, their artistry, and looks back at some of our all-time favourites.
Read More The Art of the Video Game Trailer
Last week, 434 Kirkland Way – former home of the storied Halo franchise, where it lived for much of its first decade – was demolished.
Universally Speaking pays tribute to this historic hub of creative talent in Kirkland.
Read More A Lament for 434 Kirkland Way – The Former Home of Halo