Hey, guys. Welcome back to the new post on GameSniped. I just wanted to give you a quick update regarding the buried video games in New Mexico. So far, authorities in Alamogordo have not made any announcements regarding auctioning off the game cartridges other than the fact that the games will include a seal of authenticity. I've heard rumors that the local goverment has offers from big name buyers from around the country such as the Smithsonian museum. However, nothing is set in stone yet. We'll keep you updated as things progress.
So, onto our new article. Are you guys loving the new shooter that came this month Destiny? I think it's pretty fun and everything, don't get me wrong. But, it doesn't move me quite as much as shooters in the past such as Half Life 2 and Bioshock Infinity. I'm not to thrilled with the plot line of the game. However, the gameplay is fantastic. Destiny is a pretty slick, well manufactured shooter from Bungie, the makers of Halo. It's been received with big critical acclaim. Not to mention, large budget media ads have popped up on TV for the past month or two. Needless to say, many people really like this one, and some media outlets have suggested that it could be in running for the Game of the Year award. That's probably pretty preemptive given that we're approaching the holidays and will see a mass release of high quality games in the next few months. Destiny's popularity inspired me to create a new collector's item theme. Without further adieu, let's look at how to Build a New School Gaming Collection with Awesome Destiny Memorabilia. Like it or hate it, you have to admit that the game and its scenes have produced some amazing art work!