Destiny was one of the most anticipated games of 2014 and it launched last week. It seemed like this what was everyone was talking about last week and the marketing for the game was quite insane as I saw ads for the game all over the place. Since its release many major video game websites have put out their reviews and according to them it is Bungie’s worst game ever if we look at the review score.
Over the years Bungie has been pretty good at keeping secrets, especially when it came to Halo, not much information leaked before the games release. Bugie’s upcoming open-world shooter Destiny is highly anticipated and a Reddit user stumbled across something that Bungie does not want you knowing just yet, a Destiny Beta test.
Reggae rocker Bob Marley sang songs to convey his message of authenticity, charity, sustainability, and unity. His family lives on, and they wanted to translate these ideas into a series of musical products. House of Marley is the result, proffering audio listening products for all people. These products are new and unique — authentic — and 5% of the profits supports 1Love.org, a charity that continues Marley’s message through good works. Moreover, all of the House of Marley products are sustainable — wooden and largely if not entirely recyclable. ThinkComputers’ Colin Dean talks to Karen from House of Marley in this video interview covering the company’s earphones, iPhone boomboxes, home audio systems, and more from its Jammin’, Freedom, and Destiny collections.