“No, no. Games have been my life. I turned a hobby into an industry – I love what we’ve created. I love the people in the industry. And I want to see it grow forever. So you’re never too young to start and you’re never too old to stop – and I’m never going to stop, because if I stop being a champion of the industry, I wouldn’t want to be playing the games. I really enjoy what I do and I will continue to fight for the cause.” – Eidos life president Ian Livingstone to Beefjack when asked if he would ever retire.
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Destiny had a rubbish story. Destiny’s follow-up content mostly improved on it. Destiny 2 has a good chance of doing even better. Let’s discuss.
Destiny 2 offers players on all platforms a chance to try out the second shared-worlds shooter – and incidentally test Bungie’s network infrastructure.
Eidos life president Ian Livingstone is looking to found a free-school in London’s Hammersmith borough in which to teach children with the core skills of science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics (STEAM).
Hand of Fate’s development team has successfully wooed David Goldfarb, best known for Payday 2 and Battlefield 3, into serving as a guest designer.