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Destiny, Borderlands, and Dragon's Dogma highlight this week's Deals with Gold for Xbox One, Xbox 360

Following the Batman: Arkham Collection leak, the Season Pass for Arkham Knight has been discounted for the Xbox One, as part of the Deals with Gold program that cuts prices on various games every week. Whether or not all DLC will be a part of the collection is unknown, so purchasing the Season Pass is risky business if anything.

In addition to the Season Pass discount, Destiny: The Taken King has been discounted – just in time for the April Update content to release.

A number of games across both the Xbox One and Xbox 360 are on sale, you can find them below:

Xbox One:

  • Batman: Arkham Knight Season Pass – USD 13.99 (Save 30%) Price History
  • Blood Bowl 2 – USD 12.50 (Save 75%) Price History
  • Borderlands: The Handsome Collection – USD 24.00 (Save 60%) Price History
  • Clusterpuck 99 – USD 6.69 (Save 33%) Price History
  • Destiny: The Taken King – Digital Collector's Edition – USD 40.00 (Save 50%) Price History
  • Destiny: The Taken King – Legendary Edition – USD 35.99 (Save 40%) Price History
  • Divinity: Original Sin – Enhanced Edition – USD 24.00 (Save 60%) Price History
  • Farming Simulator 15 – USD 20.00 (Save 60%) Price History
  • Infinity Runner – USD 3.50 (Save 50%) Price History
  • Never Alone (Kisima Ingitchuna) – USD 3.75 (Save 75%) Price History
  • Never Alone Arctic Collection – USD 4.75 (Save 75%) Price History
  • Zombie Driver Ultimate Edition – USD 3.75 (Save 75%) Price History

Xbox 360:

  • Destiny: The Taken King – USD 29.99 (Save 25%) Price History
  • Destiny: The Taken King – Digital Collector's Edition – USD 39.99 (Save 50%) Price History
  • Destiny: The Taken King – Legendary Edition – USD 35.99 (Save 40%) Price History
  • Dragon's Dogma: Dark Arisen – USD 9.99 (Save 75%) Price History
  • Ducktales: Remastered – USD 4.49 (Save 70%) Price History
  • Farming Simulator 15 – USD 13.19 (Save 67%) Price History
  • Lego Batman 3 Season Pass – USD 7.49 (Save 50%) Price History
  • Lego Jurassic World – USD 29.99 (Drop 25%) Price History
  • Lost Planet 2 – USD 4.99 (Save 75%) Price History
  • Lost Planet 3 – USD 9.99 (Save 75%) Price History
  • Strider – USD 4.49 (Save 70%) Price History
  • Zombie Driver HD – USD 2.49 (Save 75%) Price History

[Thank you Reddit for the price history]

Destiny: The Taken King's April Update file size, release time detailed

It's finally time for Bungie to release the April Update for Destiny: The Taken King. Guardians have been patiently awaiting new content for the past few months and this update will bring them exactly that – new content.

Bungie has given us a detailed look at the new Sandbox and Crucible changes coming our way, as well as a look at the new items we will be earning through livestreams.

Around 10AM PST / 1PM EST, Guardians will be asked to re-log and doanload a patch, the patch being the April Update. Of course, things may not go as planned – if you aren't notified of an update at 10AM PST, you can expect a notification anywhere between 10AM and noon Pacific.

While you prepare for the update, you might want to know how big it is…

The April Update will be this big:

  • PS4: 1718 MB
  • PS3: 1040 MB
  • Xbox One: 1736 MB
  • Xbox 360: 793 MB


Destiny: Xur, Agent of the Nine, Tower location and Exotic gear (4/1/16)

It's Friday, April 1st and we're assuming that Xur isn't messing with us this week. He's at the bar waiting for you to come and find him. Here's what he's got for you this week.


Name Type Stats Cost
An Insurmountable Skullfort Titan Helmet 31 Discipline // 36 Strength 13 SC
Achlyophage Symbiote Hunter Helmet 32 Discipline // 34 Strength 13 SC
Obsidian Mind Warlock Helmet 35 Intellect // 33 Strength 13 SC
Gjallarhorn Rocket Launcher   17 SC
Legacy Engram Primary Weapon Engram   31 SC


Name Type Quantity Cost
Plasma Drive Vehicle Upgrade 1 23 SC
"Emerald Coil" Vehicle Upgrade 1 23 SC
Heavy Ammo Synthesis Consumable 3 1 SC
Three of Coins Consumable 5 7 SC
Glass Needles Material 1 3 SC

Lead Destiny storywriter leaves Bungie

Narrative designer CJ Cowan has left Destiny developer Bungie after over a decade at the company.

Destiny: The Taken King Review

Destiny has been treading water for months. After riding a wave of hype through an explosive, albeit deeply flawed launch, the game stalled with the release of its first DLC, The Dark Below. The House of Wolves followed soon after, but quickly spent its novelty and lost its luster. Things were getting better, but they weren’t getting different. Inevitably the hook of RNG started coming loose, and the once invitingly monolithic to-do list grew stumpy. Destiny needed a pick-me-up.

Boy, has it found one. Destiny’s latest release, The Taken King, radically rearranges nearly every aspect of the game. Archaic fundamentals have been brought up to speed or replaced entirely. The overarching mythos has tighter stitching. The new stuff is in a class of its own but has improved original content with its arrival. This is hardly an expansion, let alone DLC. The Taken King is closer to a reboot, a ground-up overhaul of Bungie’s blue-sky project.

The Positives / The Negatives

The Verdict