Bungie has been shy about revealing the nuts-and-bolts gameplay of Destiny, its first game since it stopped working on the Halo series. Today, though, the company has thrown open the kimono. In addition to offering its own gameplay video, it gave Joystiq and other outlets a chance to try the title for themselves. Not surprisingly, the online RPG-influenced first-person shooter plays quite a bit like the company's best-known work; if you've spent years blasting Covenant forces in Halo, you'll adapt well to the new title. The biggest additions outside of the social component are "focuses," or superpower-like abilities that give each character class a major advantage in battle.