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Former Torchlight Devs Announce Rebel Galaxy
Oct 20, 2014 - 7:07 AM - by Michael 'DoctorFinger' Chauvet

A pair of former Runic devs who worked on Torchlight have a new studio - Double Damage - and they've just announced their new game: Rebel Galaxy.

They describe the game thusly:
Quote:
As the commander of an immensely powerful star destroyer, you’ll battle pirates, explore anomalies, befriend aliens, scavenge battle wreckage, mine asteroids, and discover artifacts. Choose your path as a roguish do-gooder, crafty space-trader or power-hungry privateer – or maybe a little of each! Buy larger and more powerful craft with your hard-earned credits, and outfit them with a variety of wicked weapons and defenses. Set in a galaxy of fantastic sights, and secrets to be found, Rebel Galaxy is above all a space epic of adventure, exploration, and combat.
Space action games have had a resurgence of late, and while not a traditional space-flight sim, this looks like it has a decent amount of action mixed in with the ship building and trading.

Rebel Galaxy is set for a 2015 release on the PC and PS4, with an XB1 release a possibility.

Source - PC Gamer
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[Episode 72] Gamer Is Dead! Maybe. Probably Not.
Oct 16, 2014 - 9:47 AM - by Eric 'Ravenlock' Leslie

Hey we’re back! Sort of. Some of us are back. Not all of us. We’re partially back!

Look, I’m rusty at this, give me a break.

There are lots of reasons for the lack of episodes this time around, and we talk about some of that within – basically, a big part of it is that in addition to being busy with other stuff, I’ve been feeling kinda crappy about gaming for a little while, because in a lot of ways it’s been crappy. If it could stop that, it’d be swell. It seems to be getting better, but clearly there are bumps in the road we’re traveling.

But we still love playing games and talking about games, and focusing on the good helps, so we do a lot of that. We don’t just focus on the crappy stuff, don’t worry. There’ve been some sweet games out there lately – Clayton walks us through the surprisingly high-quality Wolfenstein: The New Order, for instance, and I gush unreservedly over Middle-Earth: Shadow of Mordor. And Steam curation! And Blizzard canceling Titan! And Notch getting unfathomably rich! There’s lots of stuff, give it a listen and hear for yourself.

Small crew this time around, but we’ll try to up the player count next time around. If anybody’s around, that is. I mean, I hear Gamer Is Dead! Maybe. Probably Not.

Hosted and Summarized by Eric [Ravenlock]
Participants are Robert [Trebor] and Clayton [Voodoo]
Produced by Clayton [Voodoo]

(Have you followed our Twitter feed? That’s a thing you could do. Also come chat with us in the Episode Thread.)

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Steam Holding Massive Free Weekend For 10 Games
Oct 16, 2014 - 8:44 AM - by Michael 'DoctorFinger' Chauvet
Steam is doing something a little different this weekend. Starting today at 1pm EST/10am PST they'll be holding a free weekend for ten different titles. Those titles:

Awesomenauts
Blade Symphony
Company of Heroes 2
Don't Starve
Grid 2
Injustice
Killing Floor
Payday 2
Trine 2
XCOM: Enemy Unknown

Each will be playable for free, presumably until sometime late Sunday, and will be available for purchase at a big discount. I have extensive experience with three of the games - Awesomenauts, Killing Floor and XCOM - and can say they're all a lot of fun. Looking forward to trying out Don't Starve and Blade Symphony.
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In-Game Chat: Season 8, Episode 41
Oct 15, 2014 - 7:53 PM - by 'fishbang'

We're dismantling exotics at the following link.

Destiny, in case there was any doubt, is very far from perfect. We continue to play and assess the game so that we may, every week, tell you in detail how broken, shallow, or disappointing any particular mechanic happens to be. But we do keep playing it, don't we? That phenomenon is hardly unique to Destiny, and it's hardly new. Broken (or mildly sprained) mechanics can't quite suppress the pleasure of solid moment-to-moment gameplay. Wrong or right, it's hard to ignore and not at all worth the effort of denying, though it's probably time to look away to some other game that has no hope of living up to its hype.
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HBO Launching Standalone Service in US in 2015
Oct 15, 2014 - 9:47 AM - by Michael 'DoctorFinger' Chauvet
Not strictly a gaming story, but one I'm sure many of you will be interested in. At the quarterly Time Warner shareholder meeting, HBO CEO & Chairman Richard Plepler announced that the company would start offering standalone HBO subscriptions in the United States sometime in 2015.

This is, really, a huge shift for the industry. 'Cord-cutting' was fought tooth an nail by all carriers and most broadcasters. Time Warner and HBO going the over-the-top route means many others will follow suit, although few will likely be as successful as HBO. We don't know exactly how much the standalone sub will cost, when exactly it will launch in the US, and when it will come to other territories.

Source - IGN
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Get Aliens vs Predator Classic Free For Beta Testing GOG's MP Service
Oct 15, 2014 - 9:33 AM - by Michael 'DoctorFinger' Chauvet
GOG.com is offering free copies of the cult fave Aliens vs Predator Classic 2000 as a tool to attract beta testers for the company's soon-to-go-live Galaxy standalone app. While recent efforts at AvP have been less than stellar, the 2000 edition is regarded as a classic of asymmetric multiplayer. And lets face it, if you have a PC now, you can run it.

You can grab your copy by signing up for the GOG Galaxy beta. You have to sign up within the next 48 hours or so - and wait for a code to be sent to you - but once you add the game to your account, it's yours to keep. GOG will also soon be pushing a cross-play update that will allow you to play AvP with your friends on Steam.

The company has also added a number of Hasbro titles to the roster of Linux-compatible titles - including Baldur's Gate and Planescape: Torment - bringing their total roster or Linux games up to 100.
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US PlayStation Store Update 10/14/14
Oct 14, 2014 - 3:43 PM - by Chris 'Gorvi' Squeri
Two words: Duck Dynasty. Everything else this week is superfluous. For the three of you that doesn’t do it for (freaks) there’s also The Evil Within, Nidhogg, and the Vita version of some game called “Minecraft”. Nothing huge in sales this week, though who can think of sales when there’s Duck Dynasty to play? Nobody, that’s who. The full update from the PlayStation Blog:

PS4
  • The Evil Within ($59.99)
  • Peggle 2 ($11.99)
  • Nidhogg ($14.99, Cross-Buy)
  • In Space We Brawl ($11.99, Cross-Buy)
  • Duck Dynasty ($49.99)
  • The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Gold Edition ($59.99)
  • The Walking Dead: Season One ($24.99)
  • Lone Survivor: The Director’s Cut ($9.99)
  • Sound Shapes Ultimate Bundle ($19.99)
  • Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Edition ($59.99)
PS3
  • Batman Arkham Origins Ultimate Ed. ($37.49)
  • The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Gold Edition ($49.99)
  • Dead Island Riptide Complete Edition ($19.99)
  • Tears to Tiara II: Heir Of The Overlord ($39.99)
  • The Evil Within ($59.99)
  • Sound Shapes Ultimate Bundle ($19.99)
  • Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel ($59.99)
  • In Space We Brawl ($11.99, Cross-Buy)
  • Pac-Man And The Ghostly Adventures 2 ($39.99)
  • Best of Board Games (Free)
  • Duck Dynasty ($39.99)
Vita
  • Minecraft PlayStation Vita Edition ($19.99)
  • Nidhogg ($14.99, Cross-Buy)
  • Senran Kagura: Shinovi Versus ($39.99)
  • Sound Shapes Ultimate Bundle ($19.99)
  • Muramasa Rebirth Complete Collection ($34.99)
  • Toukiden The Age Of Demons Ultimate Ed. ($39.99)
  • Luxury Fun Triple Scoop ($14.99)
  • Best of Board Games (Free)
PS Plus:

On Sale:

PS4 DLC:

PS3 DLC:

Vita DLC
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So They're Making A Resident Evil TV Show...
Oct 14, 2014 - 6:35 AM - by Michael 'DoctorFinger' Chauvet
The video game franchise with the most prolific film spin-offs will also be making its way to the small screen. Eventually.

German production company Constantin Film has announced plans to continue the Resident Evil franchise after the release of the next movie, Resident Evil: The Final Chapter, which is currently slated to begin filming this summer. The Final Chapter will be the seventh Resident Evil live action film to hit theaters, and the series as a whole has a worldwide gross of nearly a billion dollars. Constantin also announced a TV series based on the Mortal Instruments series of books, the first of which was adapted into a poorly-received film in 2013.

My initial thought here was, why? The movies did surprisingly well worldwide, but that sort of success rarely - if ever - translates down to a TV series. Then I saw this story about the season premiere of The Walking Dead hitting a new high in the ratings of 17.5M viewers, and the pieces clicked into place. Constantin has a property with a modicum of name recognition that could easily transition into a new zombie show. It almost certainly won't hit the heights of TWD's ratings, but it doesn't have to. A cheap & dirty show, sold to networks like SyFy in the states, could be profitable. I don't know if I'd watch it, but with even shows like Z Nation doing decent ratings, I imagine lots of others would tune in.

Sources - Variety; Polygon; Game Informer
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[Op/Ed] Where Are The Superhero Games?
Oct 13, 2014 - 11:00 AM - by Michael 'DoctorFinger' Chauvet
At this moment there are, by my count, eleventy gillion movies and TV shows based on superhero properties. Somewhere deep in the bowels of Hollywood, an intern is desperately searching for an old superhero property that their studio masters could turn into the next big thing. None of this is news to anyone reading this site. What may surprise you is the general dearth of games based on these movies and shows. We're arguably at peak superhero, but you could make a strong argument that we're also at the nadir of superhero games.

Now, there are superhero games out there, lead by Rocksteady Games' Batman Arkham Whatever series. You also have Beenox' Spider-Man line, and while I'm sure some people will quibble with it's inclusion, I'll add the High Moon/Edge of Reality Transformers titles. Add to the list a veritable host of games in the mobile/MOBA/CCG/etc categories. But considering how all-encompassing the Capes are in 2014 in other media, their absence from the mainstream game space is glaring. So why are they MIA?

For starters, licensed games are much less common now than they were a decade or so back. The decline is mostly for two simple reasons: money and money. Firstly, the cost of making a game has increased to the point that the cost of the license often outweighed any benefit from having a known property. Why would Bioware spend tons of money on the Dungeons & Dragons or Star Wars license when they could just make their own fantasy or sci-fi settings? Secondly, publishers realized that owning an intellectual property outright meant they could reap all of the non-gaming rewards of that property. Every major game property has been optioned for the big screen, and profit potential from a box office blockbuster has every publisher salivating.

In other words, a decade ago we would have had an Avengers game hitting alongside the film, but today the numbers just don't work out for a licensed game. So what about non-licensed games? What about Disney and Warner Bros - the corporate parents of Marvel and DC respectively - making their own games? Warner Bros is more active in this realm, publishing the Arkham titles as well as the DC fighters from Netherrealm, but neither company is beating down the doors. Disney has largely, with the exception of Disney Infinity, withdrawn from the packaged games market, putting their efforts into the mobile sector. But after two solid years of almost non-stop theatrical hits from the Marvel catalog, you'd think that they'd reengage with mainstream gamers. After all, that was one of the major reasons Disney bought Marvel: to broaden their appeal to young males. And there aren't a lot of things you could advertise on TV that would appeal to young males more than a big budget, action-oriented Marvel universe game.

I'm not saying that doing a Marvel U action game would be easy. The Arkham games work well because you're just playing as Batman or one of his allies. Creating a set of mechanics that works well with the power sets of disparate characters is difficult. That's why they seem to see multi-character games so often fall into the RPG or MOBA realms. But I don't want to settle for that (although a JRPG where you can play as any Marvel Universe character would be awesome). I want an action game where I can play as The Human Torch, or Wolverine or Captain Marvel. And I think the closest experience to that is Mass Effect. Specifically ME3's multiplayer portion. You had a decent sized roster of characters, each with their own powers and abilities. I could absolutely see the basic mechanics of Mass Effect 3 adapted into a spectacular Marvel, or DC, title.

So someone out there could make a kick ass Marvel or DC game. Unfortunately, I doubt the owners of those properties will be able to do what it necessary to make it happen, so gamers will just have to hope that the Cape renaissance spreads to gaming eventually.
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Evolve Holding Closed Alpha Later This Month
Oct 09, 2014 - 6:44 AM - by Michael 'DoctorFinger' Chauvet

Halloween is coming soon, and Evolve is using the holiday as an excuse to get you to help them test their game. Turtle Rock Studios will be holding a closed 'Big Alpha' event starting October 30 on the Xbox One and Halloween on the Playstation 4 and PC, and running through November 2. In addition to an invite, you'll need a Xbox Gold or PSPlus sub to play the alpha.

You can head to the Evolve official blog for to sign up for a chance at the alpha. Consumers who pre-order are guaranteed a spot in the alpha.
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US PlayStation Store Update 10/7/14
Oct 08, 2014 - 9:28 AM - by Chris 'Gorvi' Squeri
The Fall rush continues this week, with Drive Club and Alien Isolation hitting this week. There’s a good number of smaller games coming this week too, with the very promising Styx: Master of Shadows, Pix the Cat (don’t laugh, watch a video), and Jet Car Stunts. Old school PS fans will be happy to see Vib Ribbon finally make it’s way to North America after nearly 20 years. It’s the first update of the month so the new games in the Plus rotation are up,which include the above mentioned PIx the Cat, the PS4 release of Dust: An Elysian Tail, the D&D arcade brawler compilation Chronicles of Mystara, along with a few others. The full update from the PlayStation Blog:

PS4
  • Alien: Isolation ($59.99)
  • DRIVECLUB ($59.99)
  • DiveKick ($9.99)
  • Dust: An Elysian Tail ($14.99)
  • NBA 2K15 ($59.99)
  • Spelunky ($14.99, Cross Buy)
  • Styx: Master of Shadows ($29.99)
  • Pix the Cat ($16.49, Cross Buy)
  • Curve Digital PS4 Mega Bundle ($24.99)
PS3
  • Alien: Isolation ($49.99)
  • Vib-Ribbon ($5.99)
  • NBA 2K15 ($59.99)
  • Jet Car Stunts ($7.99, Cross Buy)
  • Strider 2 ($5.99) [PS1]
  • Disney/Pixar Monsters Inc. ($9.99) [PS2]
  • One Piece UWR Prestige Edition ($59.99)
Vita
  • Pix the Cat ($16.49, Cross Buy)
  • Jet Car Stunts ($7.99, Cross Buy)
  • Curve Digital Triple Features – Action Pack Bundle ($23.99)
  • Curve Digital Triple Features – Adventure Pack Bundle ($29.99)
  • One Piece UWR Prestige Edition ($49.99)
  • Vib-Ribbon ($5.99) [PS1]
PS Plus:
  • Dust an Elysian Tail (PS4) [Free]
  • Dungeons and Dragons: Chronicles of Mystara (PS3) [Free]
  • Rainbow Moon (Vita) [Free]
  • Spelunky (PS4/PS3/Vita) [Free]
  • Batman Arkham Asylum (PS3) [Free]
  • Pix the Cat (PS4/Vita) [Free]
  • DRIVECLUB PS4 $49.99
  • Styx: Master Of Shadows PS4 $26.99
  • Vib-Ribbon PS3 $4.79
On Sale:

Price Drops:

PS4 DLC:

PS3 DLC:

Vita DLC
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[Review] Shadow of Mordor
Oct 08, 2014 - 8:07 AM - by Michael 'DoctorFinger' Chauvet

Our own Shieldmaiden has taken on the task of reviewing Middle-earth: Shadow of Mordor, a task which may have left her addled and hearing voices.

So was the experience worth the insanity? Read the review to find out!
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In-Game Chat: Season 8, Episode 40
Oct 07, 2014 - 3:33 PM - by 'fishbang'

We should forfeit our lives at the following link.

We've done enough work in Destiny by this point to justify a shift away from a ravaged future earth and toward the strife and conflict in Middle-earth. We haven't made that move yet, but it's becoming harder to avoid with every stream, review, and friends list testimonial making it clear what a great game we're missing out on. We generally can't stand being late to a party, but it's looking more and more like we'd be fools to wait much longer. There's every chance, then, that by next week's show we'll have hung up our guns and strapped on our swords in their place.
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Finally Dated: Super Smash Bros Wii U
Oct 07, 2014 - 6:52 AM - by Michael 'DoctorFinger' Chauvet

After what seems like an eternity of waiting, Nintendo has finally announced that Super Smash Bros Wii U will launch on November 21 in North America, and December 5 in Europe.

Nintendo also announced details of the first two waves of Amiibo, their line of NFC-enabled figures. The first wave of Mario, Peach, Yoshi, Donkey Kong, Link, Fox, Samus, Wii Fit Trainer, Villager, Pikachu, Kirby and Marth will hit stores in North America on November 21 (alongside Super Smash Bros Wii U), while Zelda, Diddy Kong, Luigi, Little Mac, Pit and Captain Falcon will hit in December. The Amiibo figures will cost $13 a piece, and will be usable in multiple games, including both versions of Super Smash Bros, the already released Mario Kart 8, and the upcoming Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker

Sources - Joystiq; Polygon
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Assassins' Creed Unity Story Trailer
Oct 06, 2014 - 12:40 PM - by Michael 'DoctorFinger' Chauvet

We're about a month away from our next historical trip with the Assassins & the Templars. Assassins' Creed Unity brings the stabbing to revolutionary France, and judging from this trailer they've turned the dial up on the story to 'soap operatic.' I've enjoyed the Assassins Creed games generally, but the success of the story rests, in my opinion, on the shoulders of the main character. If they're charismatic and engrossing - Ezio, Aveline - the story is fun. If they're dour and bland - Altair, Connor - the story suffers as a result. Whether Arno from Unity falls into the latter category or the former is still unknown.

Assassins' Creed Unity will be released November 11 for the XB1, PS4 and PC.
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In-Game Chat: Season 8, Episode 39
Oct 01, 2014 - 5:43 PM - by 'fishbang'

We've got our noses to the grindstone at the following link.

More Destiny talk tonight, and more to come, it's safe to say. Surely we should have categorized Destiny as either a write-off or a god-send, but neither classification is a just fit. Destiny is second-to-second, bullet-to-bullet satisfaction coupled with a broader sense of disappointment and disaffection. Magnify this by the grand budget and much grander expectations and you've got a working plan for a perpetual conversation machine. The only thing that can stop us at this rate is a crowded holiday release schedule...and would you look what's coming our way.
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Civ: Beyond Earth 10 Minute Trailer Shows What You Will Be Obsessing Over Soon
Oct 01, 2014 - 9:52 AM - by Michael 'DoctorFinger' Chauvet

Watch this trailer. Make your loved ones watch it. Let them know this is why you'll be hard to find, forever muttering 'one more turn' later this month. Yes friends, forget Ebola, the end is nigh because a new Civilization game is launching later this month.

Civilization Beyond Earth takes the formerly historical strategy series into space, and with that move a greater freedom to explore the tech tree (and your surroundings).

Civilization Beyond Earth launched October 24 on the PC, OSX and Linux platforms.
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US PlayStation Store Update 9/30/14
Sep 30, 2014 - 4:31 PM - by Chris 'Gorvi' Squeri
So this is a pretty busy week, with some really promising games hitting PSN. Rail shooter Futuridium comes to all three platforms, while the retro JRPG inspired Pier Solar comes to the PS4 and PS3. Actual JRPG Natural Doctrine comes to all three platforms, but unlike the last two games sadly isn’t Cross Buy. Sales are a bit underwhelming this week, consider it mercy. The full update from the PlayStation Blog:

PS4
  • Middle-Earth Shadow of Mordor Legion Edition ($59.99)
  • Middle-Earth Shadow of Mordor Digital Deluxe ($84.99)
  • Chariot ($14.99)
  • Futuridium EP Deluxe ($12.49, Cross Buy)
  • Natural Doctrine ($59.99)
  • Pier Solar And The Great Architects ($14.99, Cross Buy)
  • Second Chance Heroes ($14.99)
  • Sherlock Holmes – Crimes & Punishments ($59.99)
  • Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate ($59.99)
PS3
  • Natural Doctrine ($39.99)
  • Persona 4 Arena Ultimax ($59.99)
  • Pier Solar And The Great Architects ($14.99, Cross Buy)
  • Sherlock Holmes – Crimes & Punishments ($49.99)
  • Short Peace Ranko Movie ($39.99)
  • The Incredibles ($9.99, PS2 Classic)Falling Skies: The Game ($39.99)
  • Invizimals: The Lost Kingdom ($29.99)
  • Alawar Arcade Bundle ($3.99)
  • Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate ($49.99)
  • Namco Museum (Vol 1 through Vol 5) [PS1] $5.99 Each
Vita
  • Invizimals: The Alliance ($24.99)
  • Futuridium EP Deluxe ($12.49, Cross Buy)
  • Natural Doctrine ($39.99)
  • Warriors Orochi 3 Ultimate ($39.99)
  • Namco Museum (Vol 1 through Vol 5) [PS1] $5.99 Each
PS Plus Discounts:

On Sale:

PS4 DLC:

PS3 DLC:

Vita DLC
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Windows 10 Announced
Sep 30, 2014 - 1:02 PM - by Michael 'DoctorFinger' Chauvet

Microsoft used a small-ish gathering of tech and media journalists today to announce Windows 10. And no, that's not a typo (this time). They've skipped the '9' and gone straight to '10.'

Lets get the big features out of the way. The 'Metro' desktop that was loathed and tolerated in Windows 8 and 8.1 is more or less gone, replaced with the traditional Start Menu and a visual style much more reminiscent of Win 7. You can still utilize Live Tiles for launching programs, but it's not the only method available to users. Windows Apps will also launch much like normal programs, which means they'll be minimizable and movable inside the Windows space.

Other features include improved Snap functionality, multiple desktops, and a new Task View, which aids multitasking.

So why skip the 9? Why not turn it up to 11? Or go back to One? Because - according to Microsoft - this will be the last major Windows release.

Quote:
Microsoft went instead with Windows 10 because they wanted to signify that the coming Windows release would be the last "major" Windows update. Going forward, Microsoft is planning to make regular, smaller updates to the Windows 10 codebase, rather than pushing out new major updates years apart. Windows 10 will have a common codebase across multiple screen sizes, with the UI tailored to work on those devices.
You will be able to sign up for a Win 10 preview program here, although they're not yet taking applications. The full OS is scheduled for consumer launch in late 2015.

Sources - The Verge; Engadget; CNET; ZDNet
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Destiny DLC Content Revealed by Bug
Sep 29, 2014 - 6:26 AM - by Michael 'DoctorFinger' Chauvet

Warning, minor spoilers for Destiny campaign

Creative exploitation of a bug appears to have revealed some info on upcoming Destiny DLC which Bungie wasn't quite ready to reveal.

While the names of the first two DLC packs - The Dark Below and House of Wolves - were officially revealed by Bungie some time back, the above YouTube video shows a bit more about those content packs. I won't go into details in his post for fear of spoilage, and I'd ask everyone else to be similarly restrained. The bug shows new missions on the Moon, but additional content will likely be coming to the other planets as well.

According to Joystiq, the first content pack is slated for a December release.

Sources - Kotaku; Joystiq; Polygon
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