Destiny, Bungie's latest big-budget FPS, was met with a public reaction that wasn't quite up to what the $500,000,000 budget would've suggested. So far, Activision and Bungie have been working hard to bring the experience up to par with expectations, but that is a tall order. However, due to the recent 1.0.2 update, one of fans' largest complaints about Destiny will be fixed — the completely and utterly broken loot system.

Prior to this patch, the method of obtaining hard-to-get items was seemingly random. It seemed like that, even if you spent hours working for that legendary engram (an item that you can use to redeem pieces of equipment), you would be just as likely to end up getting a tier-1 item as the end result. 1.0.2 fixes that, however, by making all engrams and rare materials produce pieces of equipment of a corresponding tier.

To see the full list of changes, hit the jump!

The hardware and software sales numbers for this past week in Japan are in and Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS has topped the charts again, selling over 100,000 units in its third week. Vita had a strong software week with five games in the top twenty, but it did little to boost sales for Sony's handheld. Fatal Frame: Oracle of the Sodden Raven (the Japanese name for Fatal Frame V: The Black Haired Shrine Maiden) debuted at number seven with a rather humble 27,000 units sold on Wii U, which doesn't help its already slim chances of launching outside of Japan. Click below to check out the full sales breakdown.

While Minecraft has been digitally available on Xbox One for almost a month now, the physical edition has been nowhere to be seen - until now, that is. The retail edition has recently been given a release date of November 18. Minecraft: Xbox One Edition will sell for $19.99 which is on par with the digital version. Upgrading from the Xbox 360 version is still the cheapest way to go, but for those who can't or just prefer a physical copy, this serves as a nice alternative. Check out the cover art inside!

Following a short but unexplained delay, Xbox One made its China debut yesterday, and if initial estimates are true, it was a comparatively successful one. According to a report on a Chinese forum, the Shanghai Media Group puts the day one sales of Microsoft's newest console at 100,000. It's not clear whether this number is units shipped (sales to retailers) or units sold through to customers, but in either scenario it's off to a much stronger start than in Japan.

Halo 5: Guardians is an upcoming FPS game serving as the official sequel to Halo 4, and will surely be a front-runner for the Xbox One as it is exclusively for Microsoft's next-generation console. Halo 5 is looking at a release scope toward the end of next year.

In dedication to the Rooster Teeth branch, Achievement Hunter, YouTube animator Spawn Solo has taken it upon himself to re-create Halo 5's official trailer in the style of Minecraft.

Utilizing the Maya 3D animation software, Spawn Solo has spawned a flawlessly similar trailer video.

Click on the jump below to check it out!

A lot of Destiny players were rather disappointed when Bungie decided to put a stop to farming items in the cave on Earth, saying that "shooting at a black hole for hours on end isn't our dream for how Destiny is played."

However, Guardians everywhere can rejoice, because the gamers on the PS4Trophies YouTube channel have already gone and made a video about a new area where you can farm items to your heart's content.

Find out where it is after the jump!

Time to add more luggage to the hype train! A lot of new details about Final Fantasy XV have been released, including all the activities you'll be able to partake in when you play the demo. Hajime Tabata, the game's director, goes into detail about the battle system and day/night cycle — giving players an idea of how time will effect fighting. Not only that, but there is a boatload of information about the game's demo, and it looks like pre-launch gameplay will be a pretty satisfying experience!

Click past the jump to check out the details.

In the past, main series Assassin's Creed games were noted with a numeral, while spin-offs or side stories had a subtitle. Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag mixed things up a bit by having both, and now it appears that numbered entries are disappearing altogether. According to Assassin’s Creed Unity developer Arnaud Jamin, Ubisoft plans to "go with a title that matches the theme in the future" rather than having numbered entries. Assassin's Creed Unity (as well as Assassin's Creed Rogue) launches on November 11.

Bayonetta 2 has launched in Japan (one more month for the rest of the world) and with it, gamers scored a free copy of the original Bayonetta remade for Wii U. As you may remember from years ago, Bayonetta's PlayStation 3 version was infamously less impressive than the Xbox 360 version despite superior hardware, and some have wondered how the game will hold up on Wii U. Can it be adequately ported to another console without repeating the same mistakes? Digital Foundry has done their usual in-depth amount of digging, and have release side-by-side comparison videos and a detailed analysis. Hit the jump to check it out!

It was recently revealed that Kingdom Hearts director Testsuya Nomura had stepped down from directing Final Fantasy XV, freeing him up to focus on Kingdom Hearts III. Unfortunately for Kingdom Hearts fans, this doesn't mean the long-awaited next chapter of the franchise is his only priority right now. As he revealed in a recent interview with Famitsu Magazine, Nomura is working on multiple projects (some related to video games and others not) while also fielding lots of job offers both from within Square Enix and from other companies. Hit the jump to check it out.