Hello Games' Sean Murray talks about freedom vs cinematic feeling in video games, comparing No Man's Sky with The Order: 1886.
I take God of war or The order over No man sky it just seem lifeless.
"If you look at two different people who play and superimpose images, you'll see pretty much the same things. It's not a negative criticism, of course. " -Sean Murray The Headline is not a direct quote. He actually uses the game to show how open his game is going to be.
i see. you want a movie not a game
A $60 movie is much funnier to play then a game that looks like it's $9.99 but a billion times more boring. Now see, if that comment was a real reply I would seem ignorant and childish for having that opinion over a video game that doesn't appeal to me in the first place. But please don't make any mistake about it, I'm not taken you're comment seriously as I'm sure you're kidding right?......... Hello?
the dude that plays it sucks and why sony only gives him five mins. if its going to be short have whoever makes the sims trailer make a trailer for them is it that hard. show all feature in game on a trailer its not rocket science.
@sonyslave3 If you look at No Man's Sky and aren't impressed, it is you who may be lifeless. And perhaps loveless as well.
I accidentally pressed dislike. Please ignore it haha. I totally agree with you.
The Order 1886 is a good game, but it was a game that not for everyone. I hope RAD will do better next time.
There is no next time for them on that franchise I think. The amount production cost vs results and gameplay
The Order: it's a movie No Man's Sky: it's a game
It's not even a good movie.
Just can't get excited for this game. Seen all the previews and presentations, but I don't care. Weird, since one of the things I loved most about Mass Effect 1 was the planetary exploration. Guess I'll get it on PS+ in a few years for free...
Sean, just shut up and take my money already.
Freedom to be bored on any planet? Everything I've seen of this looks barren and visually uninspired. If the crux of the gameplay is exploring and looking under rocks, at least up the eye candy quotient. Even in ME the Mako became a chore and that was AAA.
For all the talking there is about this game theres still so many questions. At this point its just frusterating listening to Sean talk about his game since all he does is talk about the same information over and over. I dont remember one thing he showed on stage at e3 that has never been seen before.
You mean it'll be good? We already knew that.
I prefer cinematic in my games which automatically makes no man sky not a game for myself, just like with the order, this game isn't for everyone. I will say the presentation at this past press conference was much better than others before it, but it still didn't wow me and that's okay, because I'm not the gamer it's trying to appeal to and I hope those who are looking forward to it enjoy it.
It couldn't be more opposite of The Order: 1886 if it had a "no steampunk mustaches here" sign. Honestly, it's probably the Fallout of indies already for this generation in sheer size alone. The premise of No Man's Sky is the universe itself. The Order: 1886 is you shooting your way through a zeppelin, a brothel, and a couple of alleyways. There's your difference.
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