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There are plenty of reasons to like Bungie as a studio, and here's yet another. In its new Mail Sack blog post, the team fields a question many of us have been wondering this week: What was up with the four guys who presented Destiny at the PlayStation 4 event?

The world may never know, but as evidenced by this staff photo, the folks who work at Bungie have a good sense of humor about the whole situation.

Naturally, there is plenty of discussion about Destiny in the post now that the game has been (partially?) revealed to the general public. The post includes a fresh piece of concept art, also viewable below. More importantly, however, Bungie turned down a fan request to make a Harlem Shake video. Here's to that!

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