What’s the perfect equation for a video game? If any developer holds the answer to that question, it has to be Hello Games, the team behind No Man’s Sky.
Dissapointed we didnt get a release date and the E3 demo was pretty short and vague.
I'm almost 100% sure it's a Moepheus launch title, so I'm guessing, or at the very least getting patched to support it. This game is has the potential to sell VR like no other, and Sony would be wise to capitalize on it.
I mean, it actually went into a lot of gameplay elements and the things that are out there to kill you and how you collect materials and destroy certain things. This is probably the first time they ever showed challenges the game gives you. And it was a real un-predictable demo cause they decide to just say " See that random planet over there...f*ck it let's go to it" I just thought that was interesting and one of the more interesting demos I have seen at e3.
I was hyped for this game but not so much anymore. The scale and scope is still very impressive but with infinite exploration possibilities one must ask how that's going to effect variation, and I think (judging from what I've seen) the planets, systems, environments and wildlife won't be that different from each other no matter how far you actually go. Let's hope I'm wrong. Graphically it looks great, flying the ships looks fun and seamless. But... On the ground gameplay looks boring as shit in my opinion.
Looks nothing at all like minecraft or gta lol who wrote this
The same guy who said "ITS LIKE SKYRIM BUT WITH GUNS" for far cry 3 lol
The GTA reference comes from the part in the game where if you cause too much chaos, by killing animals and destroying things, you become "marked" and some sort of intergalactic police force will pursue you with greater and greater force. I think the Minecraft reference comes from the open nature of the game. You can choose what you want to do and how.
Seriously you need to use your head sometime AussieGamer, just think outside the box and you can see what he meant by that, use a bit commence sense like iceman06 are saying
To me, it feels like StarFox meets Minecraft meets Shadow of the Colossus. Flying with the lasers, running around building and collecting and the overall feel of just traveling exploring not really knowing where you're going, maybe you follow the light, maybe you don't. I don't know, for the life of me, where you got the GTA comparison.
Minecraft I can see... But GTA??
Might have some gang bangers in space.
Nope... Take Fifa, add Street Fighter and THEN you get No Man's sky.
not even reading this article, totally disagree with the mashup title. its an Indie elite:dangerous, plain and simple.
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